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We are former practitioners and policymakers who understand that today’s neighborhoods have been shaped by decades of unjust policies—and we are driven by the promise of safe, healthy, resilient, and inclusive neighborhoods that provide opportunity and dignity for all.

The expertise and passion of our staff is unmatched, and Community Progress is highly regarded as the nation’s leading resource for urban, suburban, and rural communities seeking to equitably address the full cycle of property revitalization.

In all our work, we seek to ensure that all communities have the policies, tools, and resources they need to transform vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties. Our state-of-the-art technical assistance has been provided to more than 300 communities in over 35 states and our educational programming has reached tens of thousands across the United States.

Leadership & Education

Leadership & Education builds the knowledge and capacity of public sector, private sector, civic, and community leaders by providing opportunities for ongoing learning and exchange related to the equitable, efficient, and effective policies, practices, and processes that address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties to realize equitable revitalization. More >>

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance helps local communities and states across the U.S. assess, reform, and implement policies and strategies to effectively address the challenges and costs imposed by vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties with a focus on equity, inclusion, and resiliency. More >>

Policy & Research

Policy & Research supports federal legislative and executive branch reforms and provides on-the-ground practitioners with research to strengthen their efforts to revitalize vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties. More >>

National Land Bank Network

The National Land Bank Network connects and supports land banks across the country by elevating needed policy reforms, providing peer-learning opportunities, and supporting land bank capacity building. More >>