A majority of Lincoln Village residents have been renting there for three or more years. Many believe that there should be more affordable housing across the city of Asbury Park.
Average Household Size
...of Lincoln Village households have a female head of household
...of respondents believe affordable housing should be constructed throughout the City of Asbury Park
Housing Tenure (%)
Residents reported being under-employed and have had difficulty accessing jobs and after-school programs.
School Attendance (# of households with a student in the following schools)
Martin Luther King Jr. Middle School
Barack Obama Elementary School
Thurgood Marshall Elementary
HOPE Academy Charter School
...of respondents do not participate in after school programs
...of respondents unemployed and looking for work
...of respondents are retired
...average number of hours worked per week
NJ Family Care
...of respondents who typically receive medical advice or health information from their own primary care doctor.
...of households have someone who has been diagnosed with one of the following conditions: High Blood Pressure; Heart Disease; Asthma/Breathing Issues; Cancer; Diabetes; High Cholesterol; Lead Poisoning; Obesity; or Depression
Respondents had concerns regarding safety and access to transportation in the neighborhood. Theu expressed a desire to work together to improve their community.
...feel it is unsafe for children to play outside
Top 5 Safety Issues
Drug Use/ Drug Sales
Theft of Personal Property
...of households do not own a personal vehicle
Top 5 Greatest Mobility and Neighborhood Problems
Litter in Public Area
Most Important Values for in Raising Children
Created for the City of Asbury Park and the Asbury Park Housing Authority by WRT