ESLARP has, since 1987, been an important part of a growing neighborhood revitalization movement in East St. Louis. Many residents are actively involved in neighborhood revitalization, local churches support and often lead improvement efforts. These communal efforts have produced ambitious plans and tangible results: new infrastructure and housing investment; new learning and employment opportunities; increased local government accountability. ESLARP is a part of this history through our close relationships with neighborhood- and project based organizations and some of the products of our partnership have helped guide the development in East St. Louis.
See a list of some of our Community Partners.
Last updated on 7/22/2011