Our small but mighty team focuses on four strategies of the 10-strategy Clarke Square Quality of Life Plan:
• Economic Development (The Farm Project)
• Health & Wellness (Project 10)
• Public Safety
The Farm Project
By sowing the seeds of arts and culture along Cesar E. Chavez Drive, we will reap the harvest of economic development.
The Farm Project has nothing to do with "urban agriculture" and everything to do with "urban arts-n-culture." Public art coupled with cultural events like Ciclovía and the Viva la Música make the Drive an irresistible destination for local neighbors and those in town for a visit.
We communicate with neighbors around economic prosperity, emotional health and wellbeing, spiritual wellness, and physical health.
Project 10, the tenth strategy area of the Clarke Square Quality of Life Plan, emphasizes an extensive range of factors that comprise a healthy life. While an individual's physical condition plays a role in their health, other elements factor in to neighbors' pursuit of prosperity.
We work with neighbors to improve the quality of housing and to increase the home ownership rate in Clarke Square.
In the hierarchy of what makes a neighborhood prosperous, housing often finds itself near the top of the list. Our two-pronged approach that focuses on housing quality and home ownership rate provides opportunities for neighbors to leverage substantial resources
We strive to create a vibrant and active
community that fosters an atmosphere
that discourages negative behaviors.
The most important element of our public safety strategy is the strengthening of relationships between Clarke Square neighbors. In addition to that, we employ a multi-discplinary approach to address residents' public safety concerns head-on.