The People's Money
#trie-pb community-led recovery
107/01/2021 - 08/20/2021
Citywide Imagining of an Equitable Recovery
Neighborhood organizations identify potential areas of focus for neighborhoods.
Using Pol.is, members of the Mayor's Taskforce for Racial Inclusion and Equity Coalition will respond to the prompt "What should the City continue or start to put money towards so no one gets left out of this recovery?"
208/20/2021 - 10/15/2021
Neighborhoods Refine What's Most Important to Them
What should the City continue or start to put money towards so no one gets left out of this recovery? Residents decided! Using a survey, residents refined the findings of the citywide conversation and personalize topic areas for their neighborhoods:
- Mental Health
- Youth Programming
- Reducing Gun Violence
- Food Insecurity
310/15/2021 - 11/22/2021
Communities Submit Proposals for Funding
Members of the Mayor's Taskforce for Racial Inclusion and Equity Coalition submit proposals based on the ideas and themes identified by residents in the neighborhood survey.
411/22/2021 - 12/08/2021
Proposals are Vetted
Submitted proposals are vetted by the Civic Engagement Commission. Proposals that meet the criteria for funding are put onto the ballot for voting.
512/06/2021 - 01/24/2022
Neighborhoods Residents Vote and Decide What Gets Funded
Residents vote in their neighborhood's ballot for the projects they want to see happen. The projects that get the most votes, get funded.
The $1.3M will be spread across 33 ballots (one per neighborhood). Each ballot will decide how to spend $40,000 in that neighborhood.
601/24/2022 - 01/31/2022
Winning Projects are Announced and Implemented
The winning projects are announced. Members of the Mayor's Taskforce on Racial Inclusion and Equity Coalition fulfill what was outlined in their proposals, partnering with other organizations as necessary.
707/01/2022 - 07/31/2022
Final Report Backs Describe Results of Projects
Members of the Mayor's Taskforce on Racial Inclusion and Equity Coalition showcase the work that was accomplished with the $40,000 awarded for the wining proposals in their neighborhood.