City Heights: A Rehabilitative Plan for Homeownership

submitted by: smhu89
Homeownership not only contributes to the stability of a neighborhood but also, provides residents with a financial stake in the city. Under the City Heights Redevelopment Plan enacted in 1992, the Redevelopment Agency for the City of San Diego recognized that there was a high incidence of overall residential transience rate and low homeowner occupancy in the community of City Heights. Therefore, the redevelopment agency made it their highest priority to increase homeownership by...

Reaching New Heights

submitted by: Triciad

City Heights is an important case study into the extent of community involvement in how services such as safety are provided, due to its success, with crime rates dropping dramatically over the last ten years and development beginning to pick up. This presentation reveals my research behind the provision of public goods, and the interactions between community and elite actors, which allowed City Heights to succeed in their vision of a safer neighborhood.

Examining 'Food Culture' for Grassroots Mobilization

submitted by: rlee

My postercast provides an overview of my thesis on the food culture of City Heights, which includes the purpose of my research, findings/analysis, and an explanation to how the knowledge that is gathered from my thesis could contribute to grassroots mobilization.