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r/communitydevelopment is a subreddit with 712 members. Its distinguishing qualities are that the community is small in size.
A place for discussing Community Development, defined by the United Nations as the "process where community members come together to take collective action and generate solutions to common problems." Keywords: Neighborhoods, housing, urban planning, community planning, public health, small business, parks, greenspaces, public spaces, placemaking, creative placemaking, rural communities, zoning, affordable housing

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