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Steering Commitee Presentation
Transcript of Steering Commitee Presentation
Shea Fyffe Re-Engage Omaha Neighborhood Critical Dimensions:
A small, geographic area inhabited by residents within a broader community.
Permits the formation of a social culture through networking among the residents.
Neighborhood's identity is determined by psychological schema of both the residents and people outside of that area. "A geographic district defined primarily by: its physical location within a larger community, the ability for people to live and develop a society, and mentalities cultivated through historic and political events." Living in Poverty 1955 $ Economy Food Plan multiplied by 3* Current Price Index (CPI) X Fisher, 1992 How the Census Bureau Measures Poverty. Neighborhood in Poverty Social isolation
Perception of violence
Physical disorder and decay
Lack of cohesion
Absence of mobility Effective
Community Development Resident engagement and leadership
Sustainability through organizational partnerships
Method of assessing and measuring progress
Building capacity based upon neighborhood assets
Syncing all these resources to serve one purpose The White House, 2011 Park Avenue Nathan Hale Middle School Long School Deer Park Challenges DISCUSSION. Campbell, et al., 2009 Nebraska Department of Education, 2010-2011 Education Demographics "Broken Home Phenomena" Assets and Liabilities Strong non-profit initiative
Large commercial interest
High-density of Residents High rental population
Rising property value
Possible overlap of services
Fragmented groups among the total population Assets and Liabilities Culturally homogenous population
Active neighborhood association
Evident leadership in place
Beginning planning phase of community development Absence of positive partnerships
Differing views on program development Assets and Liabilities Established partnership
Easily accessed population
Flexible programming options Specific target population
Possible communication barriers
Unknown community Assets and Liabilities Positive community-based partnerships
Upcoming infrastructure projects
Strong historical identity
Gentrification in surrounding areas Socially isolated population
Lack of resources
Small residential population
Uninvolved younger population