Bank of America Historic Tax Credit Fund – This link takes you to the National Trust website. Search for “Historic Tax Credit” for information about the Fund.
Community Viz – Community Viz provides technology that allows people to envision land use alternatives and understand their potential impacts.
Congress for the New Urbanism – The principles of the New Urbanism include coherent regional planning, walkable neighborhoods, and attractive, accommodating civic spaces.
Connecticut Rural Development Council – Developing strategies to help improve employment opportunities, incomes and the well-being of rural communities in Connecticut.
Federal Highway Administration – Toolkit for integrating land use and transportation decision-making. Click on “FHWA Programs”, “Planning…”, and “Land Use Toolkit”.
Form-Based Codes Institute – An emerging approach that recognizes that a community’s physical form is its most intrinsic and enduring characteristic.
Green Initiatives – Main Street Iowa incorporates “Green” in all of its programs. The Division shares information on the GreeNetwork, incorporates green practices into meetings and workshops, requires certain green criteria be met on funded projects, offers a wide range of green resources and much more.
National Park Service – A guardian of our diverse cultural and recreational resources, environmental advocate, world leader in the parks and preservation community, and pioneer in the drive to protect America’s open space.
Regional Plan Association – An independent, not-for-profit regional planning organization that improves the quality of life and the economic competitiveness of the 31-county New York-New Jersey-Connecticut region through research, planning, and advocacy.
The New Rules Project – Designing Rules as If Community Matters.