State of Washington, D.C.'s Neighborhoods

Research Report

State of Washington, D.C.'s Neighborhoods

Abstract

The District of Columbia's leaders have committed to capitalizing on the city's many assets and taking advantage of its recent growth and prosperity to tackle persistent challenges of inequality and exclusion. This report, prepared for the D.C. Office of Planning, seeks to aid the city's leaders and citizens through tracking and measuring major economic and social indicators. The report provides a baseline assessment of the current situation in the city and its neighborhoods in nine subject categories:
demographics; jobs and income; housing; education; health; family, youth, and seniors; safety and security; public investment; and environment.

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