Expanded production of the Monterey Shale Formation could create new jobs.
Safeguards have not kept pace with fracking, which poses hazards.
Cities can participate directly in youth arts programs that have lasting impacts.
Attend educational sessions and hear speakers with inspiring ideas.
Launched in 2014, the awards highlight cities and counties using innovative projects to achieve safety, preservation and sustainability goals for the local street and road systems.
Take a look at the many professional development and networking opportunities in store at the 2014 Annual Conference and Expo.
The law that established California’s landmark waste hierarchy of “reduce, reuse and recycle” led to collaborative efforts and the concept of product stewardship.
San Rafael has focused on sustainable land use by preserving open space, encouraging mixed-use infill development and adopting green building requirements. Now its community is actively reducing…
Local governments use a wide variety of technology options in their efforts to connect with their communities. While some technology may be costly, many options are reasonably priced and the range…
Five cities took an innovative approach to attract business.
A decade of public-private development partnerships provided impetus for change.
The city provides resources to help local small businesses succeed.
The arts can be an important economic engine for cities, no matter how large or small.
Innovation requires risk-taking — not wild gambles, but calculated risks. Unless council members and top management create an environment that encourages “smart” risks, there will be little…