After collecting Needs Assessment surveys from neighborhood residents, the information was analyzed in order to develop a more complete picture of the West Side neighborhood. PDFs with the full survey results can be found further down the webpage: one for Lincoln Village respondents and one for all respondents. Click below to explore the highlights from the three categories of Housing, People, and Neighborhood, as well as highlights from Lincoln Village respondents and key themes that emerged from the data.
View and download the draft plan outline below:
Situated in the City’s southwest quadrant, Asbury Park’s West Side is a neighborhood with challenges and opportunities.
Using a HUD Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant, the Asbury Park Housing Authority and the City of Asbury Park are leading a diverse team of stakeholders and residents to create a collective vision for the West Side. The plan will lay the groundwork for providing equitable housing for the city’s most vulnerable residents, designing amenity-rich pedestrian friendly blocks, and creating tailored supportive services that meet residents’ most pressing needs. Revitalizing Lincoln Village and the West Side will not only increase opportunities for residents, but will also further establish Asbury Park as a vibrant commuter community within the New York Metropolitan Area.
* Public MeetingPublic Meeting
Time: 5:30 pm
Come here the results of the Needs Assessment Survey and break into working groups to discuss potential goals and strategies!
Place pins on the map to show:
Your favorite place in the neighborhood (park, café, etc)
A place that needs work or attention (a vacant lot)
A problem spot (littering, crime, etc)
A place that could host a new use or activity (please write out your idea)