Strong Towns provides an empirical argument “for doing the math”, when it comes to new development; that is compelling for citizens, but even more compelling for presenting to elected decision makers in our own towns.
— Jason Wittek of Port Washington, WI

This week we're asking you to support the organization behind the Strong Towns movement.


In lieu of the rhetoric from “experts” who recycle antiquated formulas that favor the car-dominated experiment, Strong Towns provides data and information based upon what has truly occurred.
— John Olson of Colorado Springs
Strong Towns is unique for its combination of a nuts-and-bolts analysis of our mostly failing American cities with a vision of what civic excellent can and should be.
— Elias Crim of Valparaiso

Strong Towns supplies the data and hard-headed analysis that support the sense many of us have about our communities: that whatever we’re doing isn’t working, that sprawl is neither satisfying to the soul nor living up to its economic promises.
— Bruce Nesmith of Cedar Rapids, IA

Strong Towns provides a data-driven narrative about why good places are important not only for the human experience, but for the financial health of our communities.
— Christopher Jachmich of Houston

Support the organization behind the movement. This is the week to step up.

Strong Towns shares information and encourages civil discourse. For the price of a fancy cocktail a month, helping to support the spread of quality information and a forum for informed is discussion is worth every penny.
— Josh Naramore of Cleveland