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Join HousingWorks RI at RWU as we release the 2018 Housing Fact Book on Friday, October 19th. 
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2017 Fact Book

HWRI’s annual Housing Fact Book tracks housing affordability throughout the state. 
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Enterprise: States Become More Involved in Local Housing Issues

A daily roundup of news impacting housing and communities: October 16, 2018.

ProJo: Future of Providence’s Barbara Jordan II affordable housing development discussed

Residents and advocates on Monday night had the chance to voice their opinions about the redevelopment of Barbara Jordan II, a 74-unit affordable housing project that has been vacant for about two years.

The Block Island Times: Applications being accepted for church apartments

The process to apply for one of the four apartments currently under construction on the third floor of the Harbor Church has opened.


UWRI: Candidates for Governor Meet and Greet

Join United Way of Rhode Island on Monday, October 22 for a moderated meet and greet with the candidates running for Governor of Rhode Island.

Join state leaders on October 26 for the Oxford Place & Gardens Ribbon Cutting

Join special guests Congressman David Cicilline (D-RI 1st District), Mayor Jorge Elorza and the leadership of RIHousing and Preservation of Affordable Housing along with supporters and residents of Oxford Place & Gardens affordable housing.

RI Kids Count: Please join us for the Warwick Data in Your Backyard

The Rhode Island KIDS COUNT Data in Your Backyard series presents community-level child well-being data from the Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook in communities across the state.

HousingWorks RI envisions a state in which all communities embrace a variety of housing choices–close to transit or job hubs, and near existing neighborhood or village centers. Affordability should play a key role in housing creation throughout our state."

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