Sustainable Jersey is a nonprofit organization that provides tools, training and financial incentives to support communities as they pursue sustainability programs.  By supporting community efforts to reduce waste, cut greenhouse gas emissions, and improve environmental equity, Sustainable Jersey is empowering communities to build a better world for future generations.

Creative placemaking is a new way to make communities more livable, equitable and resilient through arts and culture. Hundreds of communities around the United States are pursuing creative placemaking; they are supported by more than a dozen foundations and federal and state government agencies.

The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking is dedicated to building the capacity of artists, public officials, citizen activists, planners, researchers and everyone seeking to do high-quality creative placemaking.

The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking is led by a national steering committee that includes leaders from a wide variety of organizations in the fields in arts, community and economic development. The National Consortium for Creative Placemaking is managed by a four-person team led by Leonardo Vazquez, a national award-winning urban planner and Instructor at Ohio State University. NCCP is based in Montclair, New Jersey.

Rowan has attracted the attention of national organizations that evaluate colleges and universities. U.S. News & World Report ranks Rowan University 19th of Northern Regional Universities and third among the public institutions in the category. The College of Engineering is ranked 32nd nationally among master’s level programs and the Chemical Engineering program is ranked third.

The Princeton Review included Rowan in its latest edition “The Best Northeastern Colleges” and included the Rohrer College of Business in its edition of the “Best 295 Business Schools” from among more than 1,800 business schools.

The University has received 13 awards for green initiatives since 2007. Most recently, the U.S. EPA named the University a “Top Green Power Purchaser” in its athletic conference and The Princeton Review listed it in its “Guide to 322 Green Colleges.”

While technology is changing and improving the way we deliver our products and services to you, our core principles remain the same. That is your guarantee as a General Code customer, that you will be treated with a civility that is both human and strategically tied to your needs as well as our own. It will never be just about what we do. It will always be about how we do it.

The Housing and Community Development Network of New Jersey is the statewide association of more than 250 affordable housing and community development corporations, individuals and other organizations that support the creation of affordable homes, economic opportunities, and strong communities.

The New Jersey Redevelopment Authority (NJRA) is a state redevelopment financing authority committed to revitalizing urban New Jersey. As urban experts, we customize project financing to invest financial resources into redevelopment projects that enhance New Jersey’s cities. The NJRA offers a host of financial resources to support urban redevelopment.

We create valuable partnerships and foster collaboration to leverage both public and private resources for project development. We recognize that our concept and approach require a high level of commitment that remains consistent until projects are brought to fruition.

Our approach to community-based economic development is unique. We focus our efforts into development initiatives where the community is an active participant in what is taking place in their neighborhoods.

We provide valued technical assistance and support that builds community capacity by strengthening neighborhood cultures. This attracts and maintains development opportunities to sustain neighborhoods. Our training programs prepare community development organizations and nonprofits focused on urban revitalization to carry out economic development initiatives.

The NJTPA is the federally authorized Metropolitan Planning Organization for 6.6 million people in the 13-county northern New Jersey region. Each year, the NJTPA oversees more than $2 billion in transportation improvement projects and provides a forum for interagency cooperation and public input. It also sponsors and conducts studies, assists county planning agencies and monitors compliance with national air quality goals.

This section provides information about our key responsibilities, our governing Board and transportation planning. Watch this video