RLA community creates opportunities for empowerment, growth, and improvement by making resources available to analyze complex urban planning, develop resilience measures, and creation of opportunities to all stakeholders. Building community cohesion through systems, programming, and initiatives that develop sustainable and equitable solutions for low-income communities.
RESILIENCE IN COMMUNITIES
A three-pronged approach to urbanism that is equitable, with long term resilient solutions. Creating a foundation of best practices to partner with low-income communities through a scalable, replicable, and customizable model.
It’s simple, we need information before we make a plan. Partnering with USGBC to assess the defined neighborhood to create a responsible, sustainable, and specific plans for natural systems, energy, water, waste, transportation and many other factors that contribute to quality of life.
An agreement between a community broker and a community stakeholder, leader, organization, and/or institution to educate, train, and promote opportunities through services and resources within RLA network.
Planning, initiatives, events, workshops, and discussions that appreciate the quality of live to all.
Mural/street art – Tree planting – Street cleaning – Recycling
Mapping – Wayfinding
Upcycling w/ manufacturing zones
Outreach – Resources
Internships/job opportunities – Training – Services