Information Clearinghouses for COVID-19

The following curated list provides planners with a central location to easily find and access information related to the COVID-19 pandemic from government entities and allied professional organizations.


U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
The latest updates, cases, and resources for individuals and communities about COVID-19.


Includes maps, datasets, applications, and more.

Coronavirus Crisis Response: Resources for Your Community

Resources for local government managers to help in the response to the pandemic.

COVID-19 Public Participation Resources: Overcoming Challenges in Crisis

International Association for Public Participation
Resources for social distancing, online public engagement tools, staying connected, and public health.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for Local Governments

MRSC, Municipal Research and Services Center
In connection to MRSC's Emergency Management and Disaster Planning series, a table of contents to all related pandemic information.

COVID-19 Transportation Response Center

National Association of City Transportation Officials
Rapid response strategies, information, webinars, and other tools for city governments and transit agencies.

COVID-19 Housing Resource Center

The National Housing Conference
COVID-19 resources from every facet of the housing industry.

COVID-19: Local Action Tracker

National League of Cities, Bloomberg Philanthropies
Collection of actions taken by local leaders in response to the pandemic.

NRPA News and Resources for the Field

National Recreation and Park Association
Collection of resources and data pertaining to parks and open spaces.

2020 COVID-19 Mitigation Roadmap

Smart Cities Council, Smart Cities Activator
Collaborative smart city tool to connect and share resources.

Smart Growth and the Pandemic

Smart Growth America
Curated smart growth resources and advocacy opportunities.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

United States Interagency Council on Homelessness
Resources and information for addressing outbreaks among people experiencing homelessness.

April 6, 2020