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Takoma Park, MD
Takoma Park, MD Allocates More than 50% of its ARPA Spending Plan to Advancing Equity
The City of Takoma Park, MD knew it had a historic opportunity to advance equity in its community using ARPA funds. The city lacked a data-driven meth...
18 Thousand USD
City Council, City Manager, Office of Equity
Tackling Retirement Obligations for Financial Stability
The City of Corona, in partnership with GovInvest, is utilizing a data-driven approach to analyze, project and communicate retirement obligations to d...
Finance Department & City Manager's Office
Wichita Guides ARPA Spend on Affordable Housing with Public Participation
As a growing city torn between holding onto tradition and increasing its younger population, Wichita, KS wanted to ensure it utilized public participa...
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
National City, CA
Paradise Creek Water Quality and Community Enhancement project in National City
This project in National City, CA will treat and direct storm water runoff along Paradise Valley Rd through a biofiltration detention basin. Mainly, a...
5 Million USD
Tigard OR Supports Local Businesses through Economic Uncertainty with Online Engagement Software
City of Tigard offered support for local businesses during the economic uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. They used their online community engagement ...
12 Thousand USD
Community Engagement Coordinator
Rio Vista, CA
Sherman Island 600 Acre Wetland Restoration To Improve Water Quality
Creation of 650 acres of permanent managed wetland units with earthen compacted berms. An existing scour pond was filled in with fill material. Great ...
5.3 Million USD
California Department of Water Resources
Free Water Fixture Replacement for Low-Income Households
To encourage further resident participation in water conservation programs, the City of Aurora administered a free high-efficiency water fixture repla...
242 Thousand USD
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
Hagerstown, MD captures additional $10k each month with rental property inspections
Hagerstown introduced its Rental Property Licensing Program in 2003 to ensure safety within rental housing. City leaders wanted to encourage responsib...
Neighborhood Services Manager