Local Government Management
The survey, released by the National League of Cities, is based on interviews with 115 mayors from 39 states.
New data from the Census Bureau show how median household income levels stacked up around the U.S. in 2017.
That's according to the latest National League of Cities fiscal conditions report.
New estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau offer a look at the states and metro areas that have been grappling with the nation’s highest poverty rates, as well as income inequality.
New research offers a fresh look at tax increment financing.
They're meeting with business leaders in San Francisco this week to discuss the issue.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Alaska meth seizures increase … Portland mayor sets “cleanest” city goal … and L.A.’s new emergency shelter.
New research shows public educators face a growing “compensation penalty.”
The dataset’s creators hope to draw attention to small companies eligible for investment under the economic development program.
Election education and access to polls or polling materials are key, says the Democratic-leaning Center for American Progress.
“To truly be a resilient community you can't just pay attention to one leg of the stool. You really have to look at all three,” according to Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss.
Despite calls for local control, communities are only given a limited set of tools and are facing historic fiscal pressures. That could be a looming problem for many cities, according to a new report.
Two start-ups aim to establish a "pipeline" between recent college graduates and state and local government jobs.
To tackle stubborn food insecurity in rural areas, one idea is to bring food to those who need it.
Some bar and restaurant owners see people with dogs as important customers on patios and other outside places. In nine states, that's now legal.
Resilience projects could cut the costs of future disasters at a time when FEMA wants state and local governments to pitch in more during response.
A snow pile in Appleton, Wisconsin lasted until July 9, attracting attention from residents and local media.
In Dayton, a community-owned and operated grocery store will set up shop in the heart of one of Ohio's largest food deserts.
A new project from Engaging Local Government Leaders compiles self-reported diversity data from 2,000 local governments.
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