Community Development

To support the growth of an inclusive economy, we work with low- and moderate-income communities to increase access to credit, quality jobs, education, and housing. We also help financial institutions understand their responsibilities under the Community Reinvestment Act.

Small Business Credit Survey: 2024 Insights from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, the Philadelphia Metro, and the Third District States

Four briefs offer a view into small business conditions in our region using data from the Fed’s Small Business Credit Survey.

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Small Business Credit Survey: 2024 Third District Insights

This brief offers a view into small business conditions in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware using data from the Fed’s Small Business Credit Survey.

Consumer Credit Explorer

The Consumer Credit Explorer (CCE) is an interactive tool for examining trends in consumer credit use at the regional, state, and national levels.

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How Much Danger? A Comparison of Alternative Measures of Flood Hazards Across the Third Federal Reserve District States

The study compares two measures for measuring flood risk in Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania and seeks to understand the implications for property owners and residents in lower-income communities.

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Jun

25

2024

Manufactured Housing: Increasing Access and Preserving Affordability

9:30 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia (Hybrid)

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Community Development and Regional Outreach Visiting Scholars

Academics, experts, and thinkers with focus areas aligned with the Community Development and Regional Outreach department are key collaborators as participants in the Visiting Scholars Program.

Neighborhood Income Inequalities in Flood Hazards Across the Third Federal Reserve District States

This report examines flood exposure and risk in the Third Federal Reserve District states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware by neighborhood income level, now and in the future.