Disparities in Shared Use Agreements, Policies and Plans

This brief examines how likely children and teenagers younger than age 18 live in communities that have adopted shared use agreements in the form of resolutions, ordinances, or formal agreements, and the partnerships involved with those agreements. 

It also examines how often shared use agreements are mentioned in long-term community development planning documents, which guide the development of policies but lack the same enforcement as formal agreements. Finally, we examined whether such provisions vary based on locale, race/ethnicity, and community income.

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