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Special Announcement:

Transportation Advocacy

LISC Phoenix is part of a state-wide coalition advocating for balanced transportation options for all Arizonans.  A recently released report on the changing transportation needs in Arizona and recommends reallocating resources toward the development of additional transportation choices.  This supports our position that “Our Future is on the Line”.

Special Announcement:

Call for Nominations for Arizona Housing Alliance Teresa Brice Leadership Award

Arizona Housing Alliance seeks nominations for the Teresa Brice Leadership Award to be presented at its Annual Meeting and Reception on September 11 at the Starr Pass Resort in Tucson. The Teresa Brice Leadership Award recognizes an individual or organization that has demonstrated exemplary leadership in the past 12 months and whose contributions have made a significant impact in ensuring all Arizonans have a quality home that they can afford. This individual or organization played an important role in raising awareness about the need for affordable, quality housing for all Arizonans and affecting change. Briefly describe in 500 words or less why you believe an individual or organization deserves this award. Nominations may be submitted to Sylvia Waynick at Nominations are due July 25, 2014.

Welcome to LISC Phoenix LISC!

LISC Phoenix is dedicated to building sustainable communities that connect people to opportunity. LISC Phoenix provides the tools necessary for comprehensive place-base revitalization, whether it's to achieve a mix of income and uses, improving access to healthy food or making housing more accessible and inclusive.

LISC Phoenix's work is captured in our slogan, Our Future is on the Line. This initiative responds to the potential for sustainable and equitable development created by the light rail system in our region. It emphasizes the urgency and need to provide alternatives to our existing development patterns that result in high transportation costs. By providing alternatives we can reduce transportation costs, improve air quality, promote healthy living, and build sustainable communities around the light rail corridor.

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