Welcome to V2 of The Atlas! We’ll be constantly improving the site - if you have issues, or want to give feedback, please click the Feedback tab below.

Unsupported Browser

We've detected an older browser version that will not give you the best experience while using The Atlas. Please consider revisitng this site after downloading one of the alternatives below.

Join the free online community of local government officials to share success stories, learn what’s working in other cities and build relationships with partners.

More than 3,000 local government officials engage on The Atlas every month to help build sustainable cities, resilient cities & smart cities.

Learn More
Building a Smarter Sewer System to Reduce Overflows in Greater Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati (MSD)
Hurricanes & Severe Storms
Stormwater Management
Water Quality
Law Enforcement and Emergency Response
Retain Your Rain
Norfolk, VA, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Grants
City Manager's Office of Resilience
Flooding
Hurricanes & Severe Storms
Stormwater Management
Citizen Engagement
Water Quality
Economic Development
Systemic Stressors
Water Supply & Drought
Essential Services
Water Quality
Safer roads with the conversion of 6,800 roadway lights to LED technology
Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Utility rates
Department of Municipal Public Services
Essential Services
Transportation
Law Enforcement and Emergency Response
Greenhouse Gas Reduction
Renewables
Congestion
Parking
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Mobility & Access
Using Sensors to Increase Recycling Rates in The City of Atlanta
Atlanta, GA, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Public Works, Information Technology, Mayor's Office of Sustainability and Resilience
Essential Services
Waste Management
Fremont East Entertainment District Driverless Shuttle
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Public Private Partnership
Public Works; Information Technologies; City Management
Transportation
Congestion
Parking
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Mobility & Access
Explore Projects
The Atlas is the place city officials come online, for free, to learn from each other about what’s working (and not working) on the ground when it comes to smart cities, sustainable cities and resilient cities.

Kip Harkness,
Deputy City Manager, City of San Jose

Join a private community of city officials

Build relationships with leaders from 150 different cities, including city managers, public works directors, planning directors, chief sustainability officers and more.

Cities - Join Free

Relationships you need to affect change in your city – at your fingertips

Share your city's success stories

In ways that are faster, live on longer, and reach many more people than conference presentations and webinars

Learn what's working in other cities

Through actionable city examples, but without having to email city officials you don’t know or resorting to Google searches

Build relationships with partners

By asking questions about how problems have been addressed in other cities, and whether a similar approach may work in your city

Partner Companies

The foundation of The Atlas is its database of interactive city case studies that local governments use to source new solutions and new partners. While The Atlas was built for cities, it also works with implementing partners – like government technology companies, design consultants and engineering firms – to transform their marketing materials into interactive, compelling examples of how they’ve worked with cities to solve specific problems.

Learn More