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Economic Resilience
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Worcester Loomworks Ground Breaking
Worcester, MA, a HUD Community Challenge grantee, broke ground on a development project which will create housing and jobs for the area.
[Learn more about the project]
[Four images of sustainable development used on the cover of the Partnership for Sustainable Communities report]
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The Partnership for Sustainable Communities Celebrates 5 Years

The Partnership for Sustainable Communities releases its Fifth Anniversary Report commemorating the collaboration of HUD, DOT, and EPA.
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[OER Director Harriet Tregoning and Mayor Denny Doyle overlook Beaverton, OR's plaza]
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Oregon Grantees Showcase Accomplishments
OER Director Harriet Tregoning and Mayor Denny Doyle overlook Beaverton, OR's plaza, the centerpiece of the town's redevelopment area.
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National Disaster Resilience Competition
President Obama announced a nearly $1 billion competition to help communities recover and become more resilient following natural disasters.
[Learn more about the competition]
President Obama Speaks on American Energy
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President Obama Recognizes Solar Contributions of Affordable Housing Providers

HUD-Assisted Multi-Family Buildings to Double the use of on-site Solar Energy.
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Sustainable Communities Grantees Gathered in Washington
Hundreds of individuals from 143 grants shared best practices, exchanged ideas, and charted a robust future for their communities
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HUD and DOT launch the Location Affordability Portal
This new source of information on combined housing and transportation costs will help families & organizations make more informed decisions about where to live, work & invest.
[Learn more about the Location Affordability Portal]

In Their Voice
Hear what grantees are saying about their projects Residents of Weinland Park Neighborhood in Columbus, Ohio talk about new plans for an urban Food District and Job Center.