A successful Neighborhood Transformation Plan depends on meaningful input from Asbury Park residents. In the Data Gathering phase, working groups sharedA�information, discussed relevant issues, and helped to generate A�understanding about the neighborhood’s existing conditions. This will form the basis of the plan moving forward.
Working Groups meet on a monthly or bi-monthly basis. If you are interested in joining one please fill out the contact form further down the page.
Click on the icons below to view existing conditions data about each topic.
Employment and Economy
A�Covers topics like regional job access, career advancement and job training, and poverty reduction.
Covers topics like affordable housing preservation and production, homeownership, and mixed-income communities.
Transportation & Placemaking
Covers topics like open space and public art, as well as Asbury Park’s application to receive Transit Village status from the state of New Jersey.
Covers topics like community health services, access to healthy foods, and promoting healthy lifestyles.
Situated in the Citya��s southwest quadrant, Asbury Parka��s West Side is a neighborhood with challenges andA�opportunities.
Using a HUDA�Choice Neighborhoods Planning Grant, the Asbury Park Housing Authority and the City of Asbury Park are leadingA�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 citya��s most vulnerable residents, designing amenity-rich pedestrian friendly blocks, and creating tailored supportive services that meet residentsa�� 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.