Challenges such as disinvestment, blight, and lack of access to resources and services are harmful to neighborhoods and their residents. Making sustainable change in these areas takes collaborative planning and actionable strategies. Residents and stakeholders must be at the forefront of these efforts to ensure community revitalization efforts are equitable and responsive to community needs and priorities.

Mosaic works to equip local governments, residents, and stakeholders with tools for strengthening neighborhoods and communities. Our team partners with communities on a range of neighborhood revitalization plans and studies, including Community Transformation Plans, plans for reducing blight and reclaiming vacant land, and place-based revitalization strategies.

How can we help:

  • Creative resident engagement to understand neighborhood assets, challenges, and opportunities.
  • Outreach to local non-profit and other organizations to build potential partnerships.
  • Mapping and data visualization of neighborhood conditions and land use.
  • Customized, actionable strategies for neighborhood transformation, property improvement, and blight removal.
  • Up-to-date experience with Georgia DCA’s Community Transformation Plan requirements and LIHTC application process.
Scroll to Top