If you’ve read one of these blog posts, attended a webinar about Community Commons, submitted a support ticket, or opened the newsletter, you’ve interacted with our team at Institute for People, Place, and Possibility – or for short, IP3. Since the inception of Community Commons, there have been a handful of dedicated players working behind the scenes to provide and integrate data, tools, and stories that inspire change and improve communities. One of those integral partners, and co-founding organization, is IP3.
Data, tools, and stories to improve communities and inspire change.
Top stories from Community Commons
We believe in the power of storytelling and the importance of investing in the future by sharing those stories – whether they are stories of successful community ventures or lessons learned from stories of things you wish happened just a little bit differently. These are the stories of communities working together for the common good. – … Read more
Our team has been hard at work the past couple of months integrating new data. We are excited to share the 2011-2015 data from the American Community Survey (ACS) and the recently released indicators from the 500 Cities Project. Read more
Big changes to the Commons are on the horizon, updates to some of our most utilized tools alongside the introduction of new and innovative approaches to community change. But you can be sure that the goal of Community Commons remains the same: we will be the place where data, tools, and stories come together to inspire change and improve communities. Read more
Various approaches to increasing community safety and to explore multiple violence-prevention and intervention efforts. Read more
Looking ahead to the next iteration of the community health assessment and updating the Live Well Boone County plan, team members look toward their common vision for guidance. Read more
We’re glad you’re here and excited to show you the great tools you can use on Community Commons to help with your work. Read more