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Barbados Coastal Infrastructure Program improves shorelines & expands local economic development
To protect natural resources, a primary driver for economic opportunity tied to tourism, IADB helped Barbados invest in significant shoreline stabiliz...
24 Million USD
Two Rivers, WI
Resident participation through online platform informs economic redevelopment plans in Two Rivers
Two Rivers needed to better understand resident priorities to address widespread concerns of economic decline. Using a polling and survey platform, th...
3 Thousand USD
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
Using natural strategies to protect local groundwater supplies & economic prosperity
To support local sustainability and economic prosperity, a resort developer undertook a study to ensure property development maintained groundwater su...
Zero Upfront Cost
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...
Detroit's Automotive Industry Transitions to Electric Vehicles, Spurring Tech & Building Development
The Detroit automotive industry's transition to tech has regenerated the City's economy, spurring residential, commercial, and small business developm...
300 Thousand USD
The Buildings Safety and Engineering Department
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
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