SolSmart is a new recognition program for communities that have taken steps to reduce solar costs and barriers and promote the growth of a mature local solar market.
This report highlights a comprehensive approach to neighborhood and community planning launched by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Choice Neighborhoods program.
ICMA's Shared Building Department Services Case Study analyzes the effectiveness of an innovative public-nonprofit partnership model.
Recognize local government programs or processes that demonstrate innovation, excellence, and success in balancing a community's social, economic, environmental, and cultural needs.
ICMA can help your jurisdiction determine if a 311/CRM system makes sense for your community.
The ICMA|blog is your one-stop shop for new and noteworthy local government resources and will regularly feature posts on sustainability by local government experts.
The center facilitates and manages applied and survey research, communication and outreach and professional development programs.
Advancing Social Equity Goals to Achieve Sustainability
Food Survey Results
Solar Powering Your Community
311 InFocus Report
National Resource Network
Asset-Based Economic Development Briefing Papers
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