The Connecticut Fair Housing Center proudly presents a window into the complex housing history of Hartford, CT.

Fair Housing Tour of Hartford.pdf


Learn how housing discrimination and other policies shaped the development of the city throughout the last century and see the effects on our current neighborhoods.



Broad Street at Farmington Avenue, 1914 | 2014 Courtesy of of Hartford History Center’s “Hartford Through Time” book published in 2014.

Inspired by the Fair Housing Tour created by the Fair Housing Council of OregonThe Fair Housing Tour of Hartford will take passengers throughout the city’s various neighborhoods and offer information about the effects of redlining and housing discrimination, build understanding of the ways in which low-income communities of color were denied housing or forced to live in substandard conditions, and show how patterns of segregation developed in the city.

If you would like to do a tour as part of a staff training, sensitivity training, or to learn more about fair housing you can email us at by clicking here.

This project made possible by funding from The Harford Foundation for Public Giving and incredible support from the Hartford History Center.


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