New council members eager to share their insights

Five new members share thoughts on housing, childcare, digital inclusion, philanthropy and banking.

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Get information on community and economic development trends across the Tenth Federal Reserve District.

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To slow displacement, one neighborhood tests a new idea: Property tax rates based on income

Kansas City, Mo., has found a unique way to help long-time residents of the Westside, a rapidly gentrifying neighborhood.

Funding, technical assistance through SSBCI help businesses grow

With help from GROW Kansas, Kenny Burris gauges his chances of success as very good from his warehouse in Junction City.

Southeast Oklahoma partners seek to remove barriers to housing

The Hugo, Okla., group is one of 11 around the U.S. in the Philadelphia Fed's 2024 Reinventing Our Communities program.

New staff members join the community development team

Rachael Surmick and Marisa Martinez bring new skills and connections to the Kansas City Fed.

Home repair resources: Issues and opportunities across the Tenth District

Experts share their thoughts on challenges, what's working, and changes they'd like to see to help people rehab their homes.

Notes from the Community: Housing

Learn what housing providers told the Kansas City Fed for a recent Beige Book, the summary of commentary on economic conditions.

CRA final rule reflects extensive public input

After years of dialogue with the public, regulators jointly issued a final rule to modernize the Community Reinvestment Act.

End of pandemic supports pose challenges for lower income households, advisors say

Members of the Community Development Advisory Council weigh in on changes to financial security among lower income people.

Digital inclusion the focus of first-ever research forum

In response to calls for relevant research, four Reserve Banks hold a forum that draws more than 160 attendees from 32 states.