New Haven, CT

  • Linsly Chittenden Hall - Room 212, Yale University (map)
  • 63 High St
  • New Haven, CT

Charles Marohn will give a Curbside Chat presentation to the Yale University Urban Studies Club.

Why are so many cities and towns across North America going broke? Our roads are deteriorating. Our governments are in debt. No matter how much we increase them, our taxes aren’t enough to fix it all. And no one seems to be able to agree on how we got here—much less how to change the course.

This isn’t just about numbers on a budget. This is about the fate of the communities we love most, and the real people that live there. This is about how to give our citizens, today and tomorrow, a chance at the future they deserve.

If we want American cities to be strong and resilient we need to change everything about the way we plan and build our places.

In the Curbside Chat, we explain, in plain language, how so many American cities have found themselves in decline after decades of “growth.” And then we show you a revolutionary way forward that could create enduring prosperity—if we just have the courage to change our minds.

(Top photo source: Jdbrandt)

Bonus: Want to meet up with Chuck and your fellow New Haven-area Strong Towns fans after his talk?

We'll be gathering at the Cask Republic, 179 Crown St, at 8:30pm on October 12th, or immediately following Chuck's presentation on the Yale campus. Attendance at the Yale event is not required; bring a friend! Just ask for the Strong Towns reservation at the house stand and Chuck will join you as soon as he's done. 

RSVP below so we can save you a seat: