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Complete Neighborhood Partnerships program supports communities

Posted on October 18, 2023

MHP Senior Development Manager Christine Madore presents informational webinar on complete neighborhoods informational session

A "complete neighborhood" is one in which access to housing, jobs, education, essential needs, services and amenities are all organized at the human scale. Complete neighborhoods support walkability and encourage mode shift to reduce residents' carbon footprint. Watch informational webinar on Complete Neighborhood Partnerships.

The Complete Neighborhood Partnerships program supports communities in the creation of walkable, amenity-rich neighborhoods where everyone has access to economic opportunity. The program works with communities to identify and implement strategies to accelerate public and private investments in affordable housing near mobility hubs.

Assistance to communities through the Complete Neighborhood Partnerships program will be guided by the following goals:

  • Increasing economic opportunity for disadvantaged populations
  • Creating inclusive neighborhoods
  • Creating dense, compact, connected neighborhoods
  • Reducing auto-dependency

Watch webinar on the case for complete neighborhoods.

This program is funded by the Commonwealth's 2021 Economic Development Bond Bill through the Executive Offices of Housing and Livable Communities.

An example of Complete Neighborhood Partnerships support

Public meeting in Montague on proposed new village center

Complete Neighborhood Partnerships is working with the Town of Montague to develop a vision plan for a new village center at 340 Montague City Road, and 8-acre site that was formerly Farren Care Center. It's an example of the program's support for the creation of mobility-oriented neighborhoods in areas beyond MBTA service.

For questions about the program contact MHP Senior Development Manager Christine Madore at Sign up here to receive updates and announcements about the Complete Neighborhoods Initiative.

For general information contact MHP Communication Manager Lisa Braxton at or at (857) 301-1526.