April 24-25 - Stevens Point, WI - Half day training session, AICP Credits will be offered - Register Here
April 28 - Dallas, TX - Curbside Chat
April 30 - Dallas, TX - Member Appreciation Event
May 13 - Fargo, ND - Curbside Chat
May 14 - Grand Forks, ND - Curbside Chat
May 19 - Hays, KS - Curbside Chat
May 21 - Lewiston, ME - Conference Keynote
June 17 - Boston, MA - Conference Keynote
June 18 - Denver, CO - Strong Towns on Tap
June 23 - Detroit, MI - Conference Panel
June 30 - Des Moines, IA - Conference Keynote
In case you missed it....
Let’s stop assuming the motives of individuals, especially when there are other, perfectly rational, universal explanations for why someone would do something we don’t agree with.
This week, we discussed tactics for making your town stronger — and how to know when to leave, if your town just isn’t the right place for you.
To my fellow small town Iowans: stop voting for policies that help you feel good, and start voting for policies that help you live well.
What’s the impact of a university campus on your city’s downtown? Akron, Ohio offers a valuable illustration.
A “war on cars” won’t win many hearts and minds. Let’s ask for responsibility instead.
A community leader, visionary, and entrepreneur has made it his mission to strengthen his town and turn it into an attractive place where people want to be.
What would the opposite of the Strong Towns approach look like?
One man’s quest to find the equation proving the value of gridded streets leads him down some interesting roads.
An unlikely town has become a hub for cycling and mountain biking — and it’s paying serious dividends for the community.
Here are a few ideas to make you a more effective—and interesting—public hearing participant.
Unless we change the underlying rules that govern the design of our cities, we'll be fiddling with radio dials instead of zeroing in on exactly what we need.
Savannah, GA fulfills the desire for rural home space in a financially sound urban environment.