LI Index Survey Results

LI Index finds that Long Islanders want more housing options, so they can stay on Long Island

Nassau Hub Report

Long Island Index releases a new report on transforming the Nassau Hub into a true 21st century Innovation Hub.
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Home Remedies

Creating Accessory Apartments on Long Island
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NEW Interactive Maps Available Now

Long Island Index Unveils New Interactive Map, Providing Consumers and Policymakers with Easy-to-Access Information on LI and its Communities
Launch Map

Overview of Issues Impacting Long Island

A concise overview of the interrelated issues affecting life for Long Islanders today.
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The Long Island Index created six new infographics to raise awareness of the need for multifamily housing on Long Island.

Multifamily, Rental Housing

The Long Campaign, by Elizabeth Moore describing the building process on Long Island. Why does it take so much longer here than in other regions?

The Long Island Index gathers and publishes data on the Long Island region.

The Index does not advocate specific policy. Instead, our goal is to be a catalyst for action, by engaging the community in thinking about our region and our future.
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Indicators are facts that help show how a region is doing, the way the unemployment rate helps show the health of the economy.

Measuring these kinds of data helps communities to identify existing conditions, measure progress toward goals and to mobilize action to improve the region. The Long Island Index has been providing this data for ten years which allows residents, researchers, civic organizations and others to assess our change over time and evaluate our path for future action.

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