Project Client: City of Vancouver
City planning -- Washington -- Vancouver, Urban community development -- Washington -- Vancouver
Thread Community Planning is a group of six PSU graduate students commissioned by the City of Vancouver, WA to create an anti-displacement plan (Reside Vancouver). With significant public investments on the horizon, Reside Vancouver identifies areas within Vancouver with high concentrations of residents vulnerable to displacement, and recommends equitable, community-informed strategies the City can employ to help mitigate displacement now and in the future.
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Kim, Jihyeon; Knapp-Rossi, Malia; Lance, Jeff; Meyers, Joseph; Moulton, Aster; and Stone, Tay, "Reside Vancouver: An Anti-Displacement Plan" (2019). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 170.