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Neighborhood Revitalization

Programs that seek to improve a neighborhood's physical, economic, and social conditions to enhance the overall quality of life and economic opportunities for neighborhood residents. Neighborhood revitalization includes a range of initiatives that target multiple, but complementary, development goals including business development, infrastructure improvements, workforce training, facade improvements, amenity development and property reuse. Critical to this process is the revitalization of commercial areas because it creates jobs for local residents, provides goods and services to the local market (thereby keeping local dollars in the community) and improves the overall image of the neighborhood by signaling that business can succeed there.

Found 8 resources (displaying 8)

Thru: Charlotte Community Association

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Charlotte Community Association

PO Box 12768
Charlotte Station
Rochester, NY

Thru: Neighborhood Service Centers

Resident or landowner in City of Rochester.
American Sign Language and Spanish., American Sign Language, Spanish
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Neighborhood Service Centers - Main Office

30 Church Street
Room 223B
Rochester, NY

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Neighborhood Service Centers Southeast Quadrant/ Goodman Street

320 North Goodman Street
Suite 209
Rochester, NY

Thru: Action for A Better Community

Resident of Monroe or Ontario counties, living at or below 200% of FPL.
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Action for A Better Community

400 W Avenue
3rd Floor
Rochester, NY

Office: M-F 9:00AM-4:00PM. Phones: M-F 8:30AM-5:00PM.

Thru: NeighborWorks Community Partners

Call for information.
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NeighborWorks Rochester

570 South Avenue
Rochester, NY

M-F 8:30AM-5:00PM.

Thru: Connected Communities, Inc.

Own a rental unit in area of service. Current on property taxes. Not in mortgage foreclosure. Good standing with code enforcement. Not on the Federal Excluded Parties Entry List. Willing to submit proposed unit(s) to a free home energy assessment from PathStone.
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Connected Communities, Inc.

1337 East Main Street
Rochester, NY

M-F 9:00AM-5:00PM.

Thru: Southwest Area Neighborhood Association

Resident of zip code areas 14608, 14611, 14619. Call for information.

Thru: NCS Community Development Corporation

Must fall within income guidelines for grant programs.
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NCS Community Development Corporation

289 Driving Park Ave
Rochester, NY

Thru: South Wedge Planning Committee

Eligibility requirements for home repair grants: must own & live in the house, all mortgage, taxes and insurance payments must be up to date. Income guidelines also apply, call for information.
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South Wedge Planning Committee

224 Mount Hope Avenue
Rochester, NY

M-TH 10:00AM-4:00PM. F by appointment.

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