In order to obtain information needed for neighborhood-based. planning, housing :rehabilitation programs, targeting redevelopment activity, and monitoring changing conditions, the urban Development Department of the City of Lincoln contracted with the center for Applied Urban Research to conduct a city-wide housing and neighborhood conditions inventory. This inventory was not to be just a one-time study of conditions, but rather, a versatile and updatable information system that would be compatible with other sources of information.
(CPAR), Center for Public Affairs Research, "An Inventory of Housing, Vacant Land and Neighborhood Conditions: Lincoln, Nebraska" (1985). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 235.