Recent Annual Reports
- Check out our 2019 SCC annual report: Together into the Future
- Check out our 2017 SCC annual report: Linking Our Community to the Future, and learn how our members are working with the community to position Somerville. Mass., for a future which supports socioeconomic, racial, ethnic and linguistic diversity.
- Read our 2016 SCC annual report: Breaking Barriers, Building Together.
Studies Commissioned or Conducted by SCC
Our strategy and approach to community development is informed by a wide variety of sources including research studies, people in our neighborhoods, movements in other cities, and local organizations and partners. Below, we’ve included some of the written studies and reports that inspire our work. The list is by no means complete, as movements and strategies are constantly growing and changing and more is always being written. We encourage you to explore these materials and to contact people and organizations with questions.
The Green Line Extension may benefit the City of Somerville in many ways, but it may also cause displacement of low- and moderate-income residents, finds this critical report released February 2014 by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) in partnership with the City of Somerville, Somerville Community Corporation, Somerville Transportation Equity Partnership (STEP), Friends of the Community Path, and Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance.
Older Studies by SCC, Our Partners or interns
Somerville Community Corporation’s Strategic Plan for 2014-2017 builds on the…
Check out our 2017 SCC annual report: Linking Our Community…