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Students become stewards of the land and water.
City Corps participants gain valuable career skills.
Cities and school districts collaborate on work-based learning programs.
City and school officials partner to support young residents.
Youth commissions foster civic engagement and citizenship skills.
A connected community is a stronger community.
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.
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…
The resource center offers a spectrum of collaborative examples.
Multiple agencies and local organizations partnered to reduce violent crime.
Fort Bragg is California’s first Bee City USA®.
The online registry provides an important public safety tool.
The City of Los Angeles launched a program in which parks are kept open until 11:00 p.m., and volunteers and staff facilitate safe, healthy activities.
Using programs ranging from truancy reduction to summer reading, cities are taking unique and collaborative approaches to combat summer learning loss and prepare students of all ages to return to…
The committee advises the council and participates in local events.
Palmdale gives residents a way to help address critical infrastructure challenges.
Because a healthy democracy is built upon a foundation of engaged citizens, inspiring young people to become involved is essential to the future of strong cities.