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Opportunity Mapping: The Fair Housing Equity Assessment Jeff Matson Center for Urban and Regional Affairs University of Minnesota NNIP Columbus 6/20/13
Outline What is the FHEA? Key Questions Our Role HUD Data v. Local Data Opportunity Mapping What’s Next?
What is the FHEA? Data Analysis –Racially Concentrated Areas of Poverty (RCAPs) –Cluster Analysis Deliberation –Community Engagement –Equity Decision-Making –Integration with ThriveMSP 2040
Key Questions What is opportunity? How is opportunity distributed across the region? How do we structure public investments?
CURA’s Role Inside-Outside Strategy Data Engagement
HUD Data v. Local Data HUD provides indices Asks local agencies to provide better data if possible
Opportunity Mapping Good Schools Low Crime Low Rent Proximity to Green Space Proximity to Shopping & Services Transit Proximity to Friends / Family Short Commute
Z-scores, Indices & Clusters Job Access –Car rush/non-rush hour –Transit Access to Services and Necessities Educational Outcomes Public Safety Environmental Hazards
Now What? Engagement Deliberation Decision-Making Affordable Housing Transit Long Range Planning
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