Public Act 13-109 requires the Commission to report annually on Connecticut for Livable Communities to the Connecticut General Assembly’s Committees on Aging, Housing, Human Services and Transportation. We are pleased to share our annual progress.
Livable Communities: Generating Revenue, Saving Money – Livable Communities are places that foster independence and support residents across the lifespan. They are attractive to all ages. And they’re a smart investment for Connecticut. This fact sheet, prepared for our 2015 Partners Summit provides livability examples of quantifiable value.
Transportation Policy Brief: How Can We Best Support Residents’ Transportation Needs Across the Lifespan in Connecticut? – This report analyzes responses from our statewide survey and provides policy recommendations on transportation, in light of the state’s rapidly changing demographics. Transportation is the vital link that connects residents across the lifespan with their communities and the elements of a vibrant and engaged life.
Housing Report: Connecticut Adults Want Affordable Housing in Walkable Neighborhoods of Opportunity – This second report in our series analyzes responses from our statewide survey and provides policy recommendations on housing, including the need for an array of housing choices–both in type and affordability–in every Connecticut community.