Cultivating

overlooked places.

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Summer 2020 Newsletter

What has City Fields been up to this summer? Read our newsletter to find...

Starting Over is Possible

“I see a lot of people struggling. Yes, it’s hard to start over again...

Despite COVID-19 hindrances, City Fields still moving ahead

From left are Rusty Langford, City Fields Community Engagement coordinator; Tommey; Andrea Boddeker, Rotarian;...

Our 5 Fields

Cultivating healthy neighborhoods is a bit complicated. At City Fields, we have simplified things by focusing on 5 key areas. We call these areas our fields, and they work together to make healthier communities.

Physical Revitalization

Creating places that are beautiful, safe, and more energy efficient.

Social Revitalization

Partnering with residents and local partners to bring the community together.

Economic Development

Connecting, job-ready candidates to viable employment opportunities.

Neighborhood Safety

Building relationships over the fence and across the street.

Leadership Development

Empower residents and identify goals for their community.

Blythe Oldfield Neighborhood Master Plan

Reconnect downtown to its oldest neighborhood. This plan will have positive economic and social impacts on the city.

Our Partners

We are committed to maximizing our impact by bringing together like-minded people, groups, and organizations to strategically invest in the community we serve.

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