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.
A collaborative effort helps keep kids on track.
A foundation of community trust and strong community relationships is crucial for law enforcement to effectively prevent crime and safely resolve situations that involve residents.
We have achieved important victories on behalf of cities this year on our strategic goals and in other areas.
A public-private partnership promotes healthy living and provides free fitness classes and more to residents of all ages.
An unexpected event requires careful, strong management and teamwork in the face of extreme pressure.
A few key principles apply to any smart city efforts, regardless of size or scope.
A connected community is a stronger community.
Automating office workflows frees additional staff time for more strategic services.
Economic development is both a strategy and a process involving a web of interdependent factors.
Animal shelters nationwide are inundated during “kitten season.”
The Cities Combating Hunger Through After-School and Summer Meal Programs (CHAMPs) initiative supports city-led efforts that increase access to summer and after-school meal programs.
Culver City offers a model for successful community-schools partnerships.
The small-town feeling of community that many of us experienced as youngsters has become more elusive. Volunteering gives us a sense of connectedness and offers multiple benefits.
Obesity and related diseases threaten the health of cities’ most vulnerable populations, particularly children and youth. In response, California cities are participating in the Healthy Eating…
A new community for formerly homeless veterans with disabilities comprises 50 apartments, with plans underway to expand the project, add more housing and provide permanent supportive services on-site.
The city and its partners created a model that helps communities use limited resources to solve multiple problems.