Voices for Opportunity Resources: Advocating for Equitable Zoning in Historically Segregated Dallas Neighborhoods / Recursos de Voces por Oportunidades: Abogando por una Zonificación Equitativa en Vecindarios Históricamente Segregados en Dallas

As a continuation of the People’s Zoning Workshops hosted by ICP in southern and west Dallas, we are excited to share these zoning resources with you. Because discriminatory zoning negatively affects the health, housing and the quality of life for adults and children, these resources aim to assist Dallas residents in positively influencing government and private industry decisions that impact current residents and the generations to come. Simply click the photo to access the resource.

Como continuación de los Talleres de Zonificación del Pueblo organizados por ICP en el sur y el oeste de Dallas, estamos muy contentos de compartir estos recursos de zonificación con usted. Debido a que la zonificación discriminatoria afecta negativamente la salud, la vivienda y la calidad de vida de los adultos y los niños, estos recursos tienen como objetivo ayudar a los residentes de Dallas a influir positivamente en las decisiones del gobierno y de la industria privada que afectan a los residentes actuales y las generaciones por venir. Simplemente haga clic en la foto para tener acceso al recurso.

ICP Educational Videos on Zoning in the City of Dallas

Videos Educativos de ICP sobre Zonificación en la Ciudad de Dallas

 

Click to see video: How does zoning change?

ICP Zoning 101 in the City of Dallas Guide

Folleto sobre Zonificación 101 en la Ciudad de Dallas

ICP Beginner Guide to Zoning 101 – English FINAL

Haga clic abajo para ver el folleto en español.

ICP Beginner Guide to Zoning 101 – Spanish FINAL

 

-Funded in part by a racial equity grant from the Communities Foundation of Texas-

-Financiado en parte por una subvención de equidad racial de Communities Foundation of Texas-

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