Neighborhoods—whether in cities, suburbs, or small towns — are the level of social organization at which people interact most regularly and naturally, providing a ready-made form of tackling problems that arise in a community.
Jay Walljasper, author
The Great Neighborhood Book
Resources Overview

In this section you will find a compilation of resources to go deeper into understanding how communities can become vibrant, thriving places to live. The publications include time-honored classics, new works and rare finds. The organizations listed are among those at the leading edge of thinking, policy-making and in-the-world demonstration projects. And the online resources provide direct links to active blogs, information-rich websites and web newsletters related to communities and community making.

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