This decision impacts most local governments because most signs codes have different rules for on-premises and off-premises signs.
With passage of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), local governments have access to a wide range of transportation funds.
Most local governments don't fly third-party flags, but the government speech doctrine is very important to local governments.
Seizing new opportunities for growth and economic development can shape an entirely new future for your community and its residents.
The urbanization or “downtown-ification” of America—why it’s happening, how it’s manifesting itself, and the opportunities it presents.
Rethink what you consider to be a resource, take stock of what you’ve got, and don’t be afraid to ask for more
Five questions to answer before breaking ground.
In this case, the Supreme Court may narrow the Reed decision, which has been bad for local governments.
Shape a more inclusive community by learning how to utilize racial equity tools and cultural audits.