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Resources on Newark

Source: WikiVoyage

Compare the map with the Newark ZIP code boundaries.

Start with Newark's Master Plans - the latest is from 2012. (Voume 1) (Volume 2)

The City of Newark has also prepared a series of Redevelopment Plans for various neighborhoods. To find them, go
to the Newark Public Library Digital Collections and search for  redevelopment plans   .


And then there is the City of Newark's Office of Sustainability, and their 100-page City of Newark Sustainability Action Plan

Check out programs for local business launched by the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (Newark CEDC).

The Cornwall Center at Rutgers-Newark recently helped to complete a comprehensive report on Measuring the State of Newark’s Neighborhoods for the Strong Healthy Communities Initiative.

The Brookings Institution has a report on Newark’s Manufacturing Competitiveness: Findings and Strategies.

The Trust for Public Land, a national conservation organization, prepared an overview of Newark, NJ: An Open Space Analysis.

For current statistics, refer to the  Census Bureau: Newark City, New Jersey, QuickLinks, with data from the latest American Community Surveys and the last Census.

Brick City Live , a Newark-based blog, specializes in local news and events.  NJPAC sponsors a Newark event calendar on the site.

The Newark Experience (by Natalie Borisovets, Dana Library) is the largest online collection of material about the history of Newark.  
An associated guide is Newark by the Numbers, a guide to sources of data about the city.


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