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Town Builds its own Fiber Network to Increase Broadband Access and Close the Digital Divide
Charlemont, Massachusetts collaborated with its local utility provider to build its own fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network. The network is meant to incr...
3.5 Million USD
San Diego, CA
San Diego digitizes permitting and licensing to make it easier for entrepreneurs to open a business
The City of San Diego needed to innovate its permitting and licensing to make it easy for entrepreneurs to grow a small business. By automating the pr...
250 Thousand USD
Economic Development, Mayor's office, Development Services
Budgeting for Climate: The City of Pittsburgh Repurposes Resources for a Sustainable Future
The budget is a potent tool to leverage for change. It is logical to begin there when implementing a major initiative like Climate Action. A shared la...
55 Thousand USD
Office of Sustainability, Mayor's Office
Agenda Management Increases Transparency and Citizen Engagement in Gulfport, MS
As a family-friendly community filled with concerned citizens, Gulfport Mississippi emphasizes transparency when it comes to its meeting minutes and a...
Clerk of the Gulfport Mayor-Council
Placer County, CA
Placer County Overcomes NIMBY Opposition to Lower Cost Housing
Like other counties, Placer County faced a housing shortage due to longstanding NIMBY opposition at meetings and online. Armed with real data showing ...
San Jose, CA
San Jose Installs Small Cells on 4,000 Light Poles & Enhances Broadband Network Accessibility
Income equality impacted broadband access in San Jose, leaving 95,000 residents without home internet access. With the aid of P3 partnerships in imple...
50 Thousand USD
Office of Civic Innovation
West Dundee, IL 60118
Suburban community eliminates paper in water & wastewater operations
The Village of West Dundee, IL is an 8,000 person NW suburb of Chicago that had been using reams of paper for decades to collect and manage water syst...
Zero Upfront Cost
Director of Public Works
Middleton, WI engages more diverse residents than ever before
City of Middleton made better-informed decisions based on feedback from increasingly diverse residents. The City was also able to spot the differences...
15.5 Thousand USD
Milpitas, CA 95035
City of Milpitas, CA Finds $4 Million Amidst Fiscal Uncertainty
Deputy City Manager Walter Rossmann recognized that without changing the way the City of Milpitas planned and budgeted, it could not find the savings ...
Deputy Finance Director
Vermont finds unsafe levels of lead in 17% of its schools in pilot program, prompts schools to act
Vermont's Department of Health, Agency of Natural Resources, and the Agency of Education began a pilot program to test for lead in 16 schools to build...
Zero Upfront Cost
Department of Health, Agency of Natural Resources, and Agency of Education