New Regional Equity Profile published
An equitable region is one where everyone — regardless of race, income, neighborhood or other characteristics — has the opportunity to fully participate, contribute and connect. How does Kansas City stack up? Find out in the new Equity Profile
for the Kansas City region, published by Policy Link and the University of Southern California’s Program for Environmental and Regional Equity.
From Vision to Reality
On Dec. 6, MARC’s Creating Sustainable Places partners celebrated the culmination of a three-year initiative funded by a Sustainable Communities Planning Grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The 200 luncheon attendees comprised representatives of local governments and public and private agencies from all over the region that have collaborated since 2010 to make Greater Kansas City a more vibrant, connected and green region. Visit the Creating Sustainable Places website for tools, a video, and more information»