CENTER FOR COMMUNITY PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT (CCPD)

The Center for Community Planning & Development (CCPD) promotes knowledge, applied research, and innovative practice in community planning and development throughout the New York metropolitan region. It provides technical assistance and training through partnerships with community-based organizations, non-profit corporations, and local agencies. The CCPD is committed to democratic, inclusive, and participatory approaches to planning and development that foster sustainability and economic and social justice.

CCPD is affiliated with the Hunter College Department of Urban Affairs & Planning. It is a venue for community/university partnerships where community members, students, and academics learn and benefit from each other. Center projects have addressed affordable housing, community economic development, healthy communities, workforce development, immigration and multi-ethnicity, environmental justice, and other issues of concern to New York communities.

Director: Professor Tom Angotti

Hunter College, CUNY
695 Park Avenue
West Building – Room #1611
New York, NY 10065
ccpd@hunter.cuny.edu
(212) 650-3328