Nov. 12th: Zoom Community Meeting
This was the first meeting in a series of neighborhood discussions on Form-Based Code for the Hough neighborhood. Participants watched educational videos on redlining and zoning and then shared ideas about how to make the neighborhood look and function better and attract new businesses.
Nov. 14th & 15th: Block by Block Analysis
We hit the block! The E66 St. Advisory Council and the Hough Youth Advisory Board laced up their boots to knock on doors, looking to hear from residents within the Form-Based Code Study area. What makes the neighborhood special? What is your vision for Hough? You can still tell us what your vision for Hough looks like on our online Interactive Map!
Nov. 17th: Zoom Community Meeting
This was the second neighborhood discussion on Form-Based Code for the Hough neighborhood. A different set of participants watched educational videos on redlining and zoning and then shared ideas about how to make the neighborhood look and function better and attract new businesses.
Nov. 19th: “The Freedom Zone” Livestream
The Freedom Zone is a 30 minute multi-disciplinary performance created by youth living in and around the Hough neighborhood. The piece discusses redlining, zoning, and how form based code can begin to address inequity and systemic neglect in the neighborhood. Attendees witnessed dance, poetry, music, and theater & shared their feedback immediately via our interactive map! The performance was livestreamed on Twelve Literary Arts’ Instagram (@twelvelitarts), Facebook, and YouTube.