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Communities Seek Creative Solutions to the Country’s Housing Affordability Crisis

In this blog, Jim Pripusich explores the depth of the current housing affordability crisis. Can creative zoning and “Granny Flats” offer communities relief?

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How the (now ended) Government Shutdown is Affecting Colorado Communities

In this blog, Molly Hagan discusses how effects of the longest government shutdown in US history will continue to impact Colorado communities and offers potential solutions for how communities can embrace a resilient attitude to combat these effects in the near and long term.

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The issues facing our communities

This quarter on our blog, we will be focusing on some of the issues that local communities are facing this year.

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DU’s Keystone Strategic Plan leads to action

  The 20th century model of delivering a liberal and creative arts education is inadequate to the task of developing graduates who can think broadly and critically in and out of their chosen fields. —From the Keystone Strategic Plan 2018-2025   We are thrilled to celebrate the creation of the College of Arts, Humanities & Social […]

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GoodBusiness – The State of Corporate Philanthropy in Colorado

We were very excited to work with B:CIVIC, the Denver Chamber, DaVita, TIAA and the University of Denver to collect data about how businesses in Colorado are engaging with and giving to their communities. It was great to see that businesses of all sizes across Colorado are engaging in corporate philanthropy, especially at the local […]

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Mirror, mirror on the wall. Do Denver residents see themselves in arts, cultural and creative organizations?

At our I2020 presentation last week, we had a lot of great discussion about the data. One topic we discussed was representation in arts, culture and creativity. While a large majority of Denver residents in our survey believed that people like them participate in arts, culture and creativity, African American and especially Latinx residents were […]

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Imagine 2020 Data Snack

Today, Kate Darwent, PhD, spoke to an audience of over 100 arts leaders about the need to increase opportunities for Denver residents, especially African American and Latinx residents, who are hungry to participate more in arts, cultural and creative activities. The city conducted a one-of-a-kind statistically valid survey of its residents in 2017 to learn […]

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If you are traveling to watch the eclipse, be prepared

As a bit of a space geek (don’t even get me started on my love of SpaceX), I’ve been planning for this weekend for a long time.  I bought my eclipse sunglasses and started looking into lodging over a year ago, so you can imagine how excited I am for this event. Unfortunately (or fortunately, […]

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State of Our Cities and Towns – 2017

For many years, Corona has partnered with the Colorado Municipal League to conduct the research that is the foundation of their annual State of Our Cities and Towns report. CML produced the following short video, specifically for municipal officials, about the importance of investing in quality of life: Learn more, view the full report, and […]

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Predictable Unknowns

Have you ever needed to know what the future will look like? To create great strategic plans, our clients need to understand what their operating environment will look like in five, ten, or thirty years.  They want to know how the population, jobs, markets, homes, and infrastructure are expected to change. We help these clients […]

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