An array of tech-based tools promises to help optimize
operations, connect residents to new information and services,
repair infrastructure and reimagine transportation.
Advocating promptly with united voices on key city-related
legislation is critically important. The mobile application
enables city officials to respond rapidly when a call to action
A chief information officer describes how lessons learned from
modestly sized cities can apply to cities of all sizes.
Amped Kitchens blends innovation and economic development.
Businesses are struggling to find the talent they need.
The city helps local manufacturers attract qualified young
Artists create murals and other forms of art in a week-long
To build prosperity, the city develops and supports local talent.
The League offers city officials and staff numerous professional
development and networking options.
The census drives important funding for city programs. California
cities can play an active role in helping to make the 2020 census
fair and accurate.
An untreated mental health condition can have fatal consequences
and a devastating impact on the community.
Accessory dwelling units, also known as granny flats, provide a
lower-cost option than traditional market-rate construction to
increase the housing supply in existing residential
The city financed a transitional residence for its homeless
Communicating with residents was key to developing solutions.
The program helps tenants, landlords and neighbors.
Although less than half a dozen desalination plants currently
exist in the state, the idea is gaining momentum and greater
support at the state level.
Serving on the city council requires a basic understanding of
diverse city operations and issues such as land use and planning,
public safety, disaster response and more.
This project solved a major problem, and now people are
encouraged to choose alternative forms of transportation.