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Landlord training: Energy Efficiency for Rental Property
Sep
24
6:30 PM18:30

Landlord training: Energy Efficiency for Rental Property

You are invited to a Landlord Training, Tuesday, Sept. 24, Energy Efficiency for Rental Property at the Missouri Botanical Garden, 4344 Shaw Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63110. Register here.

At this event, you will learn about

  • Energy Efficiency Rebate and Incentives from Ameren and Spire

  • Energy Audits

  • What Makes a Home Healthy

  • Benchmarking Energy Use & STL City’s Benchmarking Ordinance

  • Free Weatherization services for low income tenants

  • Finance options

The 2019 Landlord Training is a Northside-Southside Collaboration between North Newstead Association and Tower Grove Neighborhoods CDC. This FREE training is open to all landlords, property managers, developers, and interested parties. This facility is ADA compliant. If you need special accommodations, please contact dana@towergrovecdc.org

This activity is funded by a HUD Community Development Block Grant via the St. Louis Community Development Administration and coordinated by Tower Grove Neighborhoods CDC and North Newstead Association.

Tenant Screening service is available for all areas! Visit MyHomeScreen.org or call 314-865-5530.

Benchmarking Help Session: If you are interested in tracking your building’s energy use, but don’t know where to start – there are Help Sessions 10/29, 11/7, & 12/17. Learn more here.

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CCP Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference
Oct
2
8:30 AM08:30

CCP Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference

http://reclaimingvacantproperties.org/about/

Registration required by September 24. See the link above for more details.

The Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference (RVP) is the only national conference dedicated to strengthening communities through new strategies to transform vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties into community assets.

RVP explores the latest strategies to address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties, creating a forum in which new ideas can arise. It brings people together around these common challenges and equips them to return home and effect real, on-the-ground change.

Themed Equity First: Revitalizing Communities Together, in 2019, RVP will focus on efforts to revitalize disinvested communities in ways that meet the needs and preferences of residents, create new opportunities for and with marginalized communities, and rectify unjust land use, housing, and related policies that contributed to decline.

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CCP Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference
Oct
3
7:30 AM07:30

CCP Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference

http://reclaimingvacantproperties.org/about/

Registration required by September 24. See the link above for more details.

The Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference (RVP) is the only national conference dedicated to strengthening communities through new strategies to transform vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties into community assets.

RVP explores the latest strategies to address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties, creating a forum in which new ideas can arise. It brings people together around these common challenges and equips them to return home and effect real, on-the-ground change.

Themed Equity First: Revitalizing Communities Together, in 2019, RVP will focus on efforts to revitalize disinvested communities in ways that meet the needs and preferences of residents, create new opportunities for and with marginalized communities, and rectify unjust land use, housing, and related policies that contributed to decline.

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CCP Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference
Oct
4
8:00 AM08:00

CCP Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference

http://reclaimingvacantproperties.org/about/

Registration required by September 24. See the link above for more details.

The Reclaiming Vacant Properties Conference (RVP) is the only national conference dedicated to strengthening communities through new strategies to transform vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties into community assets.

RVP explores the latest strategies to address vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties, creating a forum in which new ideas can arise. It brings people together around these common challenges and equips them to return home and effect real, on-the-ground change.

Themed Equity First: Revitalizing Communities Together, in 2019, RVP will focus on efforts to revitalize disinvested communities in ways that meet the needs and preferences of residents, create new opportunities for and with marginalized communities, and rectify unjust land use, housing, and related policies that contributed to decline.

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St. Louis Racial Equity Summit
Oct
10
5:30 PM17:30

St. Louis Racial Equity Summit

  • 9801 Natural Bridge Road Berkeley, MO, 63134 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

https://www2.eventsxd.com/event/10060/stlouisracialequitysummit/home

Registration required. Please see the link above for more information.

As the St. Louis region commemorates the fifth anniversary of the #FergusonUprisings, the outpouring of civic activism following the killing of Michael Brown Jr., key regional organizations are proud to present the St. Louis Racial Equity Summit on October 10-11, 2019, a platform for elevating, connecting, and activating the people, practices, and resources necessary to achieve Racial Equity.

There will be a welcome reception held on Thursday, October 10th from 5:30PM-7:30PM and then a full day of programming on Friday from 7:30AM-4:30PM.

The purpose of the summit is three-fold:

  1. Reinforce the vital importance of putting Racial Equity at the forefront of our region’s agenda and acknowledge the people who have been unflinching in this work.

  2. Highlight local successes, bold ideas, learning experiences, and best practices in the movement to advance Racial Equity.

  3. Build alignment and investment in the Forward Through Ferguson framework for achieving equity by 2039.

The Racial Equity Summit’s inclusive agenda will drive inspiration, learning, and action, with programming for a broad range of stakeholders. To inspire, we will acknowledge activists, citizens, and champions whose devotion is unyielding, yet often unrecognized. Rousing keynotes will raise our spirits and ignite our commitment. Workshops will guide us toward action, expanding our capacity to catalyze and sustain the work.

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St. Louis Racial Equity Summit
Oct
11
7:30 AM07:30

St. Louis Racial Equity Summit

  • 9801 Natural Bridge Road Berkeley, MO, 63134 (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

https://www2.eventsxd.com/event/10060/stlouisracialequitysummit/home

Registration required. Please see the link above for more information.

As the St. Louis region commemorates the fifth anniversary of the #FergusonUprisings, the outpouring of civic activism following the killing of Michael Brown Jr., key regional organizations are proud to present the St. Louis Racial Equity Summit on October 10-11, 2019, a platform for elevating, connecting, and activating the people, practices, and resources necessary to achieve Racial Equity.

There will be a welcome reception held on Thursday, October 10th from 5:30PM-7:30PM and then a full day of programming on Friday from 7:30AM-4:30PM.

The purpose of the summit is three-fold:

  1. Reinforce the vital importance of putting Racial Equity at the forefront of our region’s agenda and acknowledge the people who have been unflinching in this work.

  2. Highlight local successes, bold ideas, learning experiences, and best practices in the movement to advance Racial Equity.

  3. Build alignment and investment in the Forward Through Ferguson framework for achieving equity by 2039.

The Racial Equity Summit’s inclusive agenda will drive inspiration, learning, and action, with programming for a broad range of stakeholders. To inspire, we will acknowledge activists, citizens, and champions whose devotion is unyielding, yet often unrecognized. Rousing keynotes will raise our spirits and ignite our commitment. Workshops will guide us toward action, expanding our capacity to catalyze and sustain the work.

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Housing Matters! Conference with Housing Action Illinois
Oct
24
to Oct 25

Housing Matters! Conference with Housing Action Illinois

  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bloomington (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Each year, Housing Action Illinois brings together hundreds of housing practitioners and advocates from across the state for our annual Housing Matters!  conference. Participants get updates on the latest issues in housing from leaders in the field, learn best practices, and network. Together, we build expertise, experience, and the capacity to make our communities better.

Register by Friday, August 16 to save $50 with the early bird rate!

https://housingactionil.salsalabs.org/2019conference/index.html?eType=EmailBlastContent&eId=fa0df254-9d95-460d-877d-4952c5ed4392

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CDC Summit 2019: Connecting Placemakers to Policies and Practices Making a Difference
Aug
27
8:00 AM08:00

CDC Summit 2019: Connecting Placemakers to Policies and Practices Making a Difference

The Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis invites you to attend Connecting Placemakers to Policies and Practices Making a Difference, a summit for community development corporations (CDCs) and their partners, on Tuesday, Aug. 27 at the St. Louis Fed. 

This multi-state summit will bring together regional CDC practitioners, and their community partners to learn about and discuss evidence-based solutions creating opportunities for low- to moderate-income neighborhoods such as: 

· creating access to quality affordable housing;

· expanding economic activity in commercial corridors;

· increasing employment opportunities;

· building community wealth; and 

· attracting funding from banks, foundations and other funders.

The day-long gathering will offer sessions in different formats including plenaries, keynotes, breakout sessions and peer exchanges. Each session has been designed to offer a unique opportunity to engage with the content of the summit and with other attendees. 

There will be a welcome reception at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis on Monday, Aug. 26 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. CT that you are invited to attend.

https://events.stlouisfed.org/event/963f25e3-d6ee-49a3-8c3c-26f6953b9513/summary

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Immigrant Advocacy in Times of Crisis with the Mica Project, SLU Law, and the Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis
Jun
14
1:00 PM13:00

Immigrant Advocacy in Times of Crisis with the Mica Project, SLU Law, and the Hispanic Bar Association of St. Louis

http://www.mica-project.org/cle.html

MICA (Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project) and Saint Louis University Law are hosting three CLE focus sessions for attorneys and the public to learn more about immigrant advocacy in times of crisis. Sessions are on the invisible wall, ethics of movement lawyering, and advocacy with the police, ICE, and CBP.

The price of attendance for those who pre-register is $20 per session or $50 for all 3 sessions. For students, SLU faculty, and SLU staff, the event is free.

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2019 Annual Fair Housing Conference: Facing Segregation
Apr
12
8:15 AM08:15

2019 Annual Fair Housing Conference: Facing Segregation

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/facing-segregation-tickets-55998651474

RSVP required. Please see the link above for more information.

Join the Metropolitan St. Louis Equal Housing and Opportunity Council (EHOC) and the Center for Social Development (CSD) for the 2019 Annual Fair Housing Conference!

Featuring an action-oriented agenda, the conference will highlight a new book titled Facing Segregation edited by Molly Metzger, Assistant Professor at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis and faculty director for Inclusive Housing at CSD, and Henry Webber, Executive Vice Chancellor for Administration at Washington University. This conference will bring national and local experts for keynotes and afternoon workshops focused on practical solutions to overcome patterns of segregation, and how specific solutions work for different types of neighborhoods.

Facing Segregation will be available to purchase at the event for a price of $28.00 (cash and check only). 

Registration will open at 7:45 AM. The program will run from 8:15 AM to 3:30 PM. Light breakfast and lunch are provided.

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