Hear the projections for our region’s future and how many organizations are collaborating to stabilize housing and build social equity.
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USGBC-North Carolina's upcoming annual event includes keynote speakers Mayor Allen Joines and Smart Growth America Chief of Staff Ilana Preuss.
The City of Randleman and Partners Ending Homelessness are Piedmont Together's newest consortium members.
This week the Triad Business Journal's Pulse Survey question is: Is the "income gap" between the richest and everyone else a serious problem in the U.S.?
Check out our video recapping Piedmont Together's Livable Communities and Equity Summits.
Equity is a running theme in all focus areas of Piedmont Together and we are currently accepting submissions for resources on the topic.
Piedmont Together has Preferred Sustainability Status (PSS) through the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, which benefits all the communities in the 12-county region — not just the Piedmont Together project.
Piedmont Together recently convened in Washington, DC with all Housing and Urban Development Sustainable Community grantees and graduated from the three year program.
A listing of historic street car systems in the Piedmont Triad
The grant that made Piedmont Together possible was made by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. Four years after the creation of the Partnership for Sustainable Communities, regional plans are already demonstrating their potential.