The Ohio Properties Redevelopment Institute
April 3, 2012 thru Apr 4
This two-day interactive training and policy solutions workshop will gather local leaders from municipalities, nonprofit community development organizations and the private sector from across the state and offer hands-on techniques and strategies for addressing vacant and abandoned property development challenges and generating redevelopment opportunities.
Featuring local practitioners, financial institutions, and state and national level redevelopment experts, the sessions will include: acquisition tools, land banks, neighborhood stabilization tactics, revitalization strategies, property information systems, and urban redevelopment successes. The Institute will also provide opportunity for input into policy reforms that arm local leaders with new tools and align policies with local community development needs. With Ohio’s cities and towns at a crisis point, the Institute’s goals—training and education, coalition-building and policy advancement—are vital to productively reshape Ohio’s communities.
Registration for this two-day event is $89.00. The agenda for the Institute will soon be available.
To pay by credit card, please use online registration. Please indicate the number of tickets you are purchasing; the form can accept five registrants per transaction. Once the registation form is complete, you will complete payment through PayPal (you are not required to have a PayPal account). You will receive both a receipt from PayPal and a confirmation email from Greater Ohio.
To pay by check, please fill out this form, and include the name, title, and organization of each registrant(s) and make the check payable to Greater Ohio Policy Center. Please send payment to:
Greater Ohio Policy Center
c/o Meg Montgomery
399 E. Main Street
Columbus, OH 43215
If you will need lodging for the night of the 4th, the Hyatt has offered discounted prices through March 5th. Please make your reservation online or call for a reservation (888-421-1442); please mention the Properties Institute to receive the discounted rate. The Hyatt is also offering discounted parking as well.
For questions, sponsorship opportunities, or more information, contact Samantha Spergel, Research Associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (614-224-0187 ext.307).
Sponsors include the Ohio Capital Corporation for Housing, Fifth Third Bank, PNC Bank, Neighborhood Progress Inc., Ohio Housing Finance Agency and the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland.