NNIP is a collaboration of the Urban Institute and local partners in 30 cities to further the development and use of neighborhood-level information systems for community building and local decision-making. Visit the partner profiles...[Read More]
Drawing on insights from the NNIP network and other organizations, a Microsoft and NNIP project offers a new set of resources to expand training for local government and nonprofit staff to use data and technology to fulfill their civic missions.[Read More]
The Center for Urban and Regional Affairs at the University of Minnesota assembled data and analyzed capital budget allocations by neighborhood that prompted policy reform for selecting capital projects.[Read More]
We are working with Data You Can Use to reestablish an NNIP Partner in Milwaukee, WI. Learn more about work in Milwaukee to use data to bring about positive change in neighborhoods.
Our communities are only as healthy as the people living in them, and NNIP partners have conducted a wealth of research on local health conditions. Examples of local work include studies of local health disparities, compiling new neighborhood-level health indicators, and creating web applications that disseminate health information to a wider audience.
CivTech St. Louis released YourSTLCourts.com, a tool aimed at minimizing the barriers to accessing ticket information in St. Louis County.