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Greenville expands wastewater infrastructure with 5,950-ft underground tunnel
Greenville, SC's consistent population growth put a strain on its wastewater management systems and risked creating environmentally damaging sewer ove...
Memphis overhauls aging sewer system to support economic growth
The City of Memphis, TN was ordered to modernize its aging sewer system after it leaked sewage into waterways and homes. Through its 10-year Sewer Ass...
Department of Public Works
Sioux Falls, SD
Resident feedback guides Sioux Falls to record-breaking economic growth
Many communities have struggled financially during the pandemic. But, Sioux Falls has maintained a focus on gathering resident feedback and making Sio...
15.5 Thousand USD
Gilbert, AZ Involves Residents in Planning Efforts, Earns 98% Resident Satisfaction Rating
In the midst of rapid population growth, Gilbert, Arizona leaders used survey research to involve residents in future planning efforts. This strategy ...
18 Thousand USD
Town Managers Office
Tlalpan, CDMX, Mexico
Mexico’s Leading Tech Institution Develops 20 Year Campus Plan to Build a Community of Innovators
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Mexico City, one of the top research and academic institutions in Mexico, implemented a...
City of Atlanta takes the pain out of the permit application process for small businesses
The City of Atlanta needed to make its permitting and zoning processes easier on applicants. By automating customer service tasks so applicants can ea...
153 Thousand USD
City Planning Office of Zoning & Development, Office of Buildings, Office of Housing Economic Development Division
Detroit, MI Raises $1B in Funding 5 Years after Declaring Bankruptcy
After declaring bankruptcy in 2013, Detroit was looking to restore financial stability and raise grant revenue in support of its strategic vision. The...
81 Thousand USD
Deputy Chief Financial Officer
Ammon, ID Implements Broadband Infrastructure as a Utility with Publicly-Owned Fiber Optic Network
The rural City of Ammon, ID built a municipally-owned fiber optic network to serve as a public utility. This new system allowed residents to own the p...
500 Thousand USD
Kentucky Plans to Build An Open-Access Broadband Network in Every County
Disadvantaged by a lack of broadband infrastructure, Kentucky was determined to build its own middle mile network. Through its KentuckyWired project, ...
Chula Vista, CA
Chula Vista creates a Digital Equity and Inclusion Plan
The City of Chula Vista built on its smart city progress by addressing the digital divide through the creation of a groundbreaking Digital Equity and ...
48 Thousand USD
City Manager's Office and the Economic Development Department