Communicating with residents was key to developing solutions.
The city financed a transitional residence for its homeless population.
The East Porterville Water Supply Project offers a model for helping to meet the clean and sustainable drinking water needs of disadvantaged communities.
Making wildfire resilience a priority helps cities ensure their communities are safe and prosperous for generations to come.
A look at how communities can plan for an earthquake and improve resilience.
Using sports for community development initiatives holds promise for cities.
The city is changing the lives of local youth at risk for obesity.
An innovative program targets young children.
High school students serve as mentors for younger students.
Partnerships can help local communities attract investments that advance sustainability and boost local economies.
As national and state programs fall short of fully addressing this issue, California’s cities and counties are focusing on collaboration, cooperation and support at the local level to tackle homelessness.
The League has focused on transportation infrastructure needs for over a decade, and this remains a priority for California cities in 2018.
A new report from the League and its partners showcases existing and emerging approaches that are having a positive impact on homelessness in California communities.
When families needed better options, the city partnered with a local nonprofit to deliver thoughtful and inclusive community based programming.
The community and city collaborated to build a much-needed park.
This partnership provides long-term housing and services to chronically homeless individuals.
An unusual emergency services agreement yielded significant benefits when disaster struck.
Kindness is about culture; it is a way of thinking and acting. The ability to foster community resiliency is one of the most important benefits of promoting kindness.
A $25 million Community-Based Transitional Housing Program offers incentive grants for providing transitional housing sites for recently released offenders.