Detroit Residential Parcel Survey 2009

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The Detroit Residential Parcel Survey was a landmark survey of Detroit's residential property. It was conceived and implemented in partnership with the Detroit Office of Foreclosure Prevention and Response (OFPR), Community Legal Resources (CLR), the University of Michigan Ginsberg Center, and Data Driven Detroit (D3). Surveyors went out in the field in fall 2009 to survey every residential property with four or fewer housing units in Detroit. In the process, they collected information on building type, condition, vacancy, fire damage, open and dangerous conditions, and vacant lot status in order to create an unprecedented baseline for neighborhood organizations, foundations, and city departments to use in planning.

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