Blight is a major issue in many American neighborhoods . The prevalence of vacant and dilapidated buildings as well as empty lots and debris fields in Baltimore, are the result of urban flight; employment outsourcing; and disinvestment and institutional racism. The impact of blight on people and communities is profound. Community blight may lead to preventable trauma disparities and when untreated, it diminishes population health and wellness outcomes. This survey is designed to uncover how community members and those working in community organizations view, experience and address blight.