Stockyard; Clark-Fulton & Brooklyn Centre Community Development Office


Services:Commercial Space (Storefront/Retail/Etc.); Commercial Space (Studio/Rehearsal/Etc.); Fiscal Sponsorship; Homeownership Training; One-on-One Counsel; Property Sales Assistance; Renovation Assistance; Residential Space

Disciplines:Not discipline specific

Organization Type:Nonprofit

The SCFBC service area is bounded by Interstate 90 and Train Avenue to the north and the Brookside Valley to the south between West 25th Street to West 82nd Street. The community is home to a population of 26;704 residents. They offer:

Block Clubs and Community Associations
Community Gardens
Green Space and Land Reutilization
Home repair programming (information and referral); including Home Weatherization Assistance Program
Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP)
Assistance and Enforcement of Building Codes
Commercial Support
Neighborhood Service Administration and Planning
Quality of Life and Safety Initiatives

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