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Neighborhood Values – Official report on inequality

The inequality among Houston’s neighborhoods has never been greater than now.

WHY IS THAT?

A new study by City of Houston compares neighborhood market values and show problems of neighborhood.

Come learn:

What are Houston’s high and low market value neighborhoods?

How bad is neighborhood inequality?

How do neighborhoods rate and compare to each other?

Explore with TOP and city leaders solutions to conditions our neighborhoods inequality.

If you want to organize or improve YOUR neighborhood: 

Contact Tarsha Jackson at tjackson@organizetexas.org for more information!

City of Houston Public Neighborhood Presentation

Remember to join our community chats in the following months. Keep an eye on our events page for more details on these events.

November – Environmental hazards in Houston neighborhood inequalities neighborhoods

December – Displacement and gentrification

January – Neighborhood school investments and

February – Hazardous buildings, substandard housing and

March – Neighborhood flooding and city public services

April – Impact of highways and public transportation on

May – Does land use planning, covenants and deed

June – TIRZ, TIFF and funding for neighborhood improvements

July – Housing and community development and public

August – Historical city government policies in African-American and Hispanic neighborhoods performance code enforcement Houston neighborhoods restrictions protect neighborhoods housing

September – Housing discrimination

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