Has your local jurisdiction launched a Complete Count Committee?
A data-collection partnership will identify service shortcomings.
As civic technologists gather for this year’s Code for America Summit, there are some key themes worth repeating.
The city's guide currently includes 120 locations and is still a work in progress.
The city is already expanding access to computer science education and mental health treatment.
SolSmart’s 200 designees are located in 35 states and the District of Columbia, encompassing more than 59 million Americans.
Since its inception seven years ago, the National Water Pledge Campaign has collected more than 1.6 million commitments to conserve more than 8 billion gallons.
Urban designers are ready to help cities learn from each other, combing through data both old and new.
Artificial intelligence could soon make its way into the aviation space through a collaboration with Carnegie Mellon University.
These localities have done “significant work with citizens to tackle a public problem, clear evidence of impact, and potential to apply the strategy to other problems and geographies.”
Kate Levin, head of Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Arts Initiatives, explains why civic art is about more than simple beauty.
If so, be sure to register and watch the digital edition on April 11.
Ahead of Route Fifty’s “City in Beta” event, San Jose Deputy City Manager Kip Harkness outlines how the city is working to become “as innovative as the Silicon Valley population we serve.”
Instead of an empty brick wall, this mural takes shape on a distinctive architectural landmark.
As Minot, North Dakota continues to recover from 2011's record-setting flooding, efforts to repair the city’s relationship with the Souris River continue.
It's one of 35 ideas that Bloomberg Philanthropies selected from over 300 applications for the testing phase of its 2018 U.S. Mayors Challenge.
“If you start with institutions, you get an institutional response…”
Chronic, concentrated joblessness has caused young, black men to struggle in the nation's third-largest city, and an index will assist officials in refining services to help them be successful.
This stamp of approval for governance is certainly not a rubber stamp.
A new federally-funded initiative seeks to connect residents impacted by the drinking-water crisis to wellness and recovery programs and resources.
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