Bailey Fights Blight

A Strategic Approach to Neighborhood Beautification

A fundraising campaign for University Heights Tool Library

Fight the Blight!

Join in on the fight against blight on Bailey Avenue. We’re taking to the street to board up and secure vacant buildings, remove graffiti, and build on Bailey Avenue’s unique identity with public art.

Bailey Fights Blight is a collaborative project being spearheaded by the Bailey Avenue Business Association that seeks to board up and secure blighted and vacant storefronts along Bailey Avenue, while incorporating public art as a way to beautify the neighborhood and help redevelop the commercial corridor's identity and sense of place. 

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About the Organization

University Heights Tool Library

The mission of the University Heights Tool Library is to provide communities with the tools they need to create the change they want.

The Tool Library accomplishes its mission through the work of its members and the partnerships it builds with block clubs, community nonprofits, businesses, educational institutions, and local government. A membership to the tool library gives individuals and groups access to an inventory of thousands of tools for one small annual fee. Sharing resources in this way allows communities to build wealth by lowering costs typically associated with community development projects. From planting trees and building community gardens to fighting blight with public art and reclaiming public green spaces, the Tool Library provides citizens with a platform to improve the world around them.