More than 150 stakeholders and community leaders responded to Piedmont Together's if-then survey questions based on the top strengths and challenges and reasons to care about the future of our region.
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The Center for Creative Economy conducted a two-day design workshop in Mayodan, NC to identify economic and design opportunities for the continued growth of Mayodan.
This presentation reviews the piedmont's strengths and challenges, demographic changes, tourism and natural resources, the new economy, and farm and food systems.
These presentations from the Center for Transit-Oriented Development and the American Public Transportation Association discusses corridor planning and scales of TOD.
The Center for Creative Economy reviews key principles and decisions necessary to develop a sustainable redevelopment plan for the Smith Phillips property in the Town of Elkin.
This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report was published in February 2013.
This profile analyzes the infrastructure of the Piedmont Triad Region. Infrastructure is defined as the essential facilities, services, and conveyances necessary to support a community.
This technical report synthesizes information on challenges and strengths within the Piedmont Triad.
By 2030, the Piedmont Triad region will add 230,000 new residents, be more diverse, and be older on average.
This semi-annual Piedmont Together progress report covers the period June 1, 2012 through December 31, 2012.