Kids have access to the resources they need to thrive, including health care, education, arts, and culture.
Community members feel strong ties to the physical, social, and cultural community. Mutual trust exists between members of the community and public officials regardless of their demographics.
Community members are able to live with minimal risk of danger, injury, harm, or damage in homes, streets, schools, and workplaces.
Safe, efficient, and reliable transportation options for people, goods, and services.
All community members have access to safe, decent, affordable, accessible, and appropriate housing as well as opportunities for wealth creation through homeownership.
Community members have access to resources (jobs, education, and income) that allow them to thrive.
Communities protect and benefit from the natural environment.
All individuals, regardless of “markers of difference,” including but not limited to race, ethnicity, income, disability, and age, have equal privilege and opportunity to access the basic needs, services, skills, and assets required to succeed in life.
Community members have the education and information they need to build a fulfilling life for themselves and their families.
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