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City of Pueblo commits $6M of ARPA Funding to Project Proposals for Community Economic Recovery
The City of Pueblo, CO, required a framework to evaluate and prioritize projects for distribution of its $36.7M in ARPA funding. Using an efficient an...
15 Thousand USD
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
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
Superfund site converted to protect Gowanus Canal from 1M gallons of contaminated water
Found alongside industrial buildings and residential neighborhoods in Brooklyn, New York, the Gowanus Canal has been faced contaminated stormwater and...
1.5 Million USD
Department of Transportation and Department of Environmental Protection
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
Santa Monica, CA
Santa Monica Reduces Potable Water Usage with Library Rooftop Rainwater Capture System
The City of Santa Monica built the Pico Branch Library with a focus on reducing potable water usage to meet its goal of water self-sufficiency. 80% of...
10.8 Million USD
Treatment Plant Provides New Water Supply to 50,000 Homes, Eliminating Reliance on Aquifers
To avoid depleting aquifers that had historically provided the area’s potable water, Sacramento County’s Water Agency needed to find a new method to s...
207 Million USD