April 29, 2019
Join elected officials, city planners, housing developers and researchers, and nonprofit housing practitioners from across Minnesota at this workshop presented by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and the Family Housing Fund.
April 29, 2019
8:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m. (Check-in begins at 8:30, program at 9:00, lunch from 12:00 to 1:00)
At the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
90 Hennepin Avenue, Downtown Minneapolis
This event is designed for jurisdictions across the full spectrum of inclusionary zoning knowledge and experience, ranging from cities that have an inclusionary zoning policy in place to those that are considering whether this policy approach is the right fit.
Jenny Schuetz, David M. Rubenstein Fellow, Metropolitan Policy Program, Brookings Institution
Heather Schwartz, Senior Policy Researcher, RAND Corporation
Anthony Simpkins, Managing Deputy Commissioner, Housing Bureau, City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development
Jacob Frey, Mayor, City of Minneapolis
May 9–10, 2019
The Federal Reserve System’s eleventh biennial Community Development Research Conference will explore ways to strengthen and widen paths to the middle class. The decade since the foreclosure crisis and the Great Recession has seen a marked change in the ways to achieve and maintain a middle class life. For many Americans, the traditional paths—attending college, buying a home, and saving for retirement—may now be out of reach or may never have been enough to guarantee financial security.
The conference will explore the latest research on ways to renew the promise of the middle class including:
Reserve your spot now! View event details and register here.
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