An Assessment of Market Conditions and Trends in the City of Hartford, Connecticut A Community Progress Technical Assistance Report
Author(s): Center for Community Progress
In 2017, the City of Waterbury, Connecticut and the Harold Webster Smith Foundation engaged the Center for Community Progress to provide an assessment of the existing systems, policies, and tools used to address vacant and abandoned properties in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Our assessment provides the City and the Foundation with a series of observations and recommendations for improvement and better alignment of public systems and practices that impact the life-cycle of vacant and abandoned property. The City systems and practices reviewed by Community Progress include: data collection and management practices, housing and building code enforcement system, delinquent property tax enforcement system, and current property acquisition and disposition practices. We developed the following six key takeaways regarding the City’s approach to vacant and abandoned properties:
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