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

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Citizen Engagement
Transportation
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Mobility & Access
Driving Equitable Landowner Participation in Green Stormwater Infrastructure Incentive Programs
St. Louis, MO, USA
Public Private Partnership
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District
Flooding
Stormwater Management
Citizen Engagement
Civic Technology
Transportation
Air Quality, Health, Noise
Congestion
Parking
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Process Improvement
Reporting on What Matters Accelerates the Village of Lemont’s Strategic Plan
Lemont, IL, USA
General Fund/Existing Public Funds
Senior Leadership Team
Economic Development
Citizen Engagement
Transparency
Digital Government
Process Improvement
Economic Development
Citizen Engagement
Transparency
Civic Technology
Transportation
Law Enforcement and Emergency Response
Buildings
Energy Efficiency
Cybersecurity & Communications
Customer Service
Congestion
Parking
Pedestrian & Bicycle Safety
Digital Government
Process Improvement
Complete Streets
Mobile air quality monitoring van equips city with data to enact policy & infrastructure change
Boston, MA, USA
Federal grants
Metropolitan Area Planning Council & Boston Public Health Commission
Air Quality, Health, Noise
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

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Learn what's working in other cities

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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

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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.

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