Every Strong Towns member knows at least one person who would love, or does love, our work and ought to be a member themselves. Will you take a couple minutes and talk with that person today?
Our members are out there turning good ideas into reality in their own communities. They’re doing it by connecting with fellow strong citizens—and we want to help you do the same.
We want to equip Strong Towns members with the tools to promote real, substantive public conversations about their towns’ financial futures. Here’s how one member is using those tools.
Making your city, town, or region more resilient and prosperous isn’t something that starts with us. It starts with you. We’re here to give you the tools.
If America is going to be a strong country, it must first have strong cities, towns and neighborhoods.
It's our Fall Member Drive, and we bet you know someone—maybe a lot of someones—who should be part of the Strong Towns movement. Let them know, and enter the running for a special prize!
This week, we revisited a city in Indiana building an urbanist paradise… through the antithesis of a Strong Towns approach. We examined public safety issues as they affect schoolchildren and bicyclists; discussed how to make cities friendlier to small businesses; and featured economic research on the complex social feedback loops that drive neighborhood change.