Culver City offers a model for successful community-schools
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
A recent report underscores the critical need in California to
develop a transportation funding solution that will keep
residents and the economy moving forward.
The facility produces excess energy equivalent to approximately
$400,000 annually and offsets energy costs for other city
We can either pay to fix and maintain our infrastructure today or
pay much more in the future to replace it.
The ability to communicate is critically important for first
responders in emergency situations. The First Responder Network
Authority is working to deliver a broadband network for public
The League is focusing on public safety, affordable housing, the
homelessness crisis and funding for critical transportation and
The city and its partners created a model that helps communities
use limited resources to solve multiple problems.
Palmdale gives residents a way to help address critical
The annual Outstanding Local Streets and Roads Project Awards
Program recognizes projects that promote fiscal and environmental
sustainability in the local transportation system and can be…
The app facilitates a dialogue with Fresno’s diverse residents.
Many California cities are looking at how the Internet of Things
can serve the public.
A statewide study will examine replacing the outdated gasoline
tax with a road user charge.
National City used a comprehensive planning approach to address
community environmental and health concerns.
Three new tools provide a number of promising options.
The City of Clovis transformed a three-acre unimproved lot into
an educational community recreation area that protects natural
resources and promotes healthy living.
Each year we ask a diverse group of about 100 city officials to
tell us which policy envelopes we need to push, which walls we
need to scale and what partnerships we need to build. Bringing…
Although we have millions of acre-feet of empty space behind dams
to capture storm runoff and snowmelt, that space cannot protect
Californians against levee breaks, mudslides or overflowing
Significant positive developments for the League included the
adoption of a new economic development tool for lower-income
communities and the passage of a medical marijuana regulatory