Cincinnati and Hamilton County Community-Wide Housing Strategy
The Community-Wide Housing Strategy is a community-driven housing plan for Cincinnati and Hamilton County. Spearheaded by Greater Cincinnati Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the process to create the strategy has involved a broad coalition of stakeholders, including City and County officials, financial institutions, philanthropists, for- and non-profit housing developers, housing service providers, and residents experiencing housing challenges firsthand.
As consultants to LISC, Vincent Reina and Claudia Aiken have:
Conducted a data-driven study of the local housing market, analyzing housing conditions, development trends, costs and affordability, and trends in housing crises such as eviction, foreclosure, and homelessness.
Facilitated three public meetings attended by over 200 residents and stakeholders.
Guided five working groups in the development of over 100 recommendations and provided best practice research to support these recommendations.
In the next phase, they will help Greater Cincinnati LISC and the Community Building Institute draft and refine the Strategy for the maximum possible clarity, impact, and consensus.