Together, our community members, supporters and 11 partners came together to envision a climate-resilient future that will preserve, protect and strengthen San Diego’s Historic Barrios, including Logan, Stockton, Grant Hill, Mt. Hope, Sherman, Southcrest and Shelltown. Each community is a cultural gem with a history of disinvestment and rezoning that has led to toxic pollution and chronic diseases, like asthma. Our proposal has been shaped by a Community Advisory Board and driven by extensive community visioning and input to realize a historic $56 million investment in healthy homes, transportation improvements, community-led food production and distribution, community centers and green spaces, among other climate and community benefit projects. This is a unique application with a community-informed process led by a collective of regional nonprofits. If awarded, this will be the first TCC implementation grant to come to the San Diego region. We are hopeful that our application will be successful and that by working together we can build a healthier, more equitable and climate-resilient future together.