Coalitions

In recent years, TACDC has begun concentrating its efforts on a regional level, helping to bring together groups across the state to share best practices and to create a stronger, more unified voice in community developement.

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Texas Creative Placemaking Initiative

TXCPI is an emerging network of community development practitioners, artists, and others who want to further inclusive development. Join us in advancing creative placemaking / placekeeping in Texas. TXCPI is a collaborative effort guided by Texas placemakers. It is steered in collaboration by TACDC, Texans for the Arts, and Civic Arts. Leaning on our collective knowledge of how community development, the arts, and public engagement work in Texas, our three organizations will work to connect you to the networks, resources, and action you need to continue doing your work well. 

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Dallas Fort Worth Regional Housing Consortium
 

The DFW Regional Housing Consortium brings together a broad group of community stakeholders across the region to address key issues around affordable housing, including:

  • Affordable housing stock for working families is in short supply, including both multi- and single-family units

  • Local and regional housing policies do not exist, or are not connected and collaborative

  • Funding for development, down payment assistance, and other resources to expand affordable housing needs to be increased.

  • Access to lots and land is limited

  • Displacement and segregation barriers need to be addressed

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Houston Housing Collaborative

Our work addresses the holistic needs of affordable housing development, preservation and access at every level. We provide a trusted central repository for concepts, data, and plans for Houston’s short and long-term housing strategies.

  • Finance 

  • Policy

  • Built Environment • Economic Stability

  • Transportation • Health

  • Education

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