by My Trinh, Enterprise Community Partners
Enterprise is highlighting the work of state and local governments for their best practices. Check out our monthly blog profiles on @the horizon:
Having invested heavily in its asset management department in recent years, what best practices does New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development recommend? Find out in @the horizon’s July post on State/Local Government Best Practices.
Which state has realized an estimated $4 million in savings through its compliance streamlining initiative? Which city has reduced its percentage of files and inspections for affordable housing projects by 37? Find out our August post.
What are the keys to success in interagency collaboration? Learn about how much value the Minnesota Interagency Stabilization Group has created in our October/November post.
What makes for an efficient ownership transfer consent policy? Find out why organizations appreciate the Missouri Housing Development Commission’s process in our November post.
|Enterprise Green Communities project:
The Wellstone, Minneapolis, MN
What best practices has your local government put in place to promote long-term project or organizational financial sustainability? Please contact us to share a best practice on next month’s blog. Learn more about Enterprise’s work in Building Sustainable Organizations.
My Trinh is a Program Officer with Enterprise Community Partners based at Enterprise’s San Francisco offices. Enterprise Community Partners, an NHC member organization, works to create opportunity for low- and moderate income people through affordable housing in diverse, thriving communities.