A web-based volunteer recruitment tool meets the needs of the
city’s residents and its community partners.
The city recruited seniors to supervise and support students as
they walk or bike to and from school.
New research on the early brain development of poor children may
be useful in helping us rethink our intervention approaches.
A crime-ridden trail spurred unhappy residents into action and
led to a collaborative effort involving a local nonprofit, the
city, school district and multiple agencies.
Mediators work with crime victims and offenders to help resolve
conflict and make amends.
The City of Winters illustrates the difficulties of deploying
broadband in smaller cities.
Young people help inform and shape policies that improve healthy
eating and active living.
The Summer Meal Coalition offers support to cities developing
plans to meet 2016 goals.
Public spaces unite us and inspire our nation’s explorers,
dreamers and leaders.
A dynamic arts program enhances the community’s quality of life
and the local economy.
An International City/County Management Association report, Maximize the Potential of Your Public Library: A Report on the Innovative Ways Public Libraries Are Addressing Community Priorities,…
The City of Perris won the Award for Excellence in the Health and
Wellness Programs category of the 2014 Helen Putnam Award for
Excellence program. To learn more about the award program,
Anyone who believes libraries are a withered vestige from
sepia-tinted yesteryear hasn’t been inside their neighborhood
An upward trend in substance abuse spurred a partnership of the
city, county and school district.
Cities can participate directly in youth arts programs that have
Eureka Reaches Teens With GULCH Youth helped design a character
Monrovia’s YES Program Opens Doors For At-Risk Teens The program
provides career opportunities and guidance.