Introduction to the REACH UF Mapping Tool NovemberNov 19 2021 10:00am - 12:00pm America/New_YorkOnline Event

Resiliency Coalition WorkgroupsTampa Bay Regional Planning CouncilTampa Bay Regional Resiliency Coalition

Consequences of climate change will compound current issues of housing affordability throughout Florida. The Tampa Bay Regional Planning Council in coordination with the University of Florida’s Shimberg Center for Housing Studies have developed a mapping tool meant to demonstrate how climate risks can threaten the stock of affordable housing, both public and private, in the Tampa Bay area.

This project presents a range of spatially defined data that local practitioners can use to understand the relationship between climate risks with housing affordability and neighborhood composition. The goal of this seminar is three-fold; to describe the current gaps in affordable housing, explain how climate risks can further exacerbate these shortfalls, and promote the toolset that can support decisions to simultaneously address both issues. In promoting this product, we are aligning with the initiatives put forth by the Resilience and Energy Assessment of Communities and Housing (REACH) program.


Local Elected Officials, Emergency Management Practitioners, Housing Experts and City Planners working with:

  • Affordable Housing
  • Disaster Preparedness
  • Climate Resilience
  • Equity


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  • Tampa Bay Regional Resiliency Coalition
    Organizer of Introduction to the REACH UF Mapping Tool
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