Allston Brighton Community Development Corporation

Working together, building community

Community Planning

Article 80 Workshops

Do you care about the impacts of new housing development on public transportation and traffic? Or about the lack of green space? Want more affordable housing and homeownership opportunities for individuals and families to establish roots in the community?

Allston Brighton CDC hosts workshops on Article 80 and the Boston Zoning Code. In these sessions, you will learn how your input can have a lasting impact in areas such as public transit and traffic, lack of green space, affordable homes, and home ownership.  We also discuss letter writing, public meeting attendance, and more involved groups. 

For more information, or to get involved in our work in the Allston Brighton community, email our Manager of Community Action, Jason Desrosier, at [email protected]

Impact Advisory Group Bootcamp

Impact Advisory Groups (IAGs) are an opportunity to have your voice heard on proposed development projects in your community. IAGs help shape these developments to best meet community needs and strengthen neighborhood assets. Our IAG Bootcamp’s provide residents and community stakeholders with information on the roles and responsibilities of an Impact Advisory Group, and how to get involved with the process.

For more information, or to get involved in our work in the Allston Brighton community, email our Manager of Community Action, Jason Desrosier, at [email protected]

Community Benefits Survey

This survey is part of an effort to advocate for community benefits that meet the needs and priorities of our neighborhood. Fill out this survey today to make your voice heard in Allston Brighton!

WESTERN AVE CORRIDOR STUDY REZONING COMMUNITY BENEFITS SURVEY

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