The Strong Towns staff and board are convening for an annual meeting for the next three days, so we'll be taking a short break from content in order to focus on planning for 2017 and beyond.
We'll be back to our usual schedule on Monday. Have a great weekend and in the meantime, you can check out some of our most popular content from the last few weeks below.
Here’s the state that gained the most new Strong Towns members this week.
Because it shouldn’t be this hard.
Multigenerational housing is on the rise. What does it mean for our families and our cities?
What does putting up lawn chairs and chalking lines down the street actually accomplish?
Is anyone doing the math on the real costs of development in your city?
6 months ago, my partner and I tried to buy an ailing property in a poor neighborhood and transform it into quality affordable housing. Here’s what happened instead.
(Top photo: Strong Towns president, Chuck Marohn and Strong Towns board member John Reuter)