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How the city of Newark is making sure entrepreneurs of color are at the forefront of business expansion and real estate development
What the Evaluators Saw: What the Cities Did, How They Did It, and Why It Matters
New resources available for cities that aim to develop and kick-start a robust public engagement strategy.
How Nashville Metro pivoted toward the future
The experience of Louisville, Nashville, and Philadelphia can inform the work of innovation teams in your city.
A pop-up podcast recorded with a live audience that captures key learnings from the cities that learned them - detailed here with a full transcript.
A pop-up podcast recorded with a live audience that captures key learnings from the cities that learned them - detailed here with a full transcript.
A pop-up podcast recorded with a live audience that captures key learnings from the cities that learned them - detailed here with a full transcript.
How They Did It: Philadelphia
How They Did It: Nashville
How They Did It: Louisville
A special (but simple) bus pass helps homeless population get to shelter in extreme weather.
Mayors from the City Accelerator's first cohort reflect on the changes underway in their cities.
Can changing how you address an envelope improve communication with your constituents? Philadelphia aimed to find out.
Change in government requires empowering and energizing its employees.
The Governing Summit in Louisville, Ky., provided unique ways for participants to share ideas.
The original champions of change might move on, but their ideas don't have to leave with them.
Archive of Live Stream and Live Blog from Louisville
The convening focuses on solving urban problems through synergy and innovation.
Governments can use this approach from the world of design to help them effectively and quickly evaluate new policies.
How can government build tools that people like?
Is it time to “think small” to be more innovative and sustainable in our urban developments?
The guide's action-oriented framework supports a spirit of adventure and change in urban communities.
The community in Fitchburg, Mass., came together to solve youth crime and budget challenges.
Through the City Accelerator, Louisville, Ky., Nashville, Tenn., and Philadelphia are adapting how they do business in order to produce materially different results.
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