In the past week alone, we added more than 150 brand new names to our roster of Strong Citizens.
One Strong Towns member on what he’s gained from being part of the movement.
The enthusiasm and follow-through of committed Strong Towns members is what makes this movement happen.
If America is going to be a strong country, it must first have strong cities, towns and neighborhoods.
Our members have catalyzed a movement that reaches tens of thousands of people every week.
Too many Americans have agreed that our current style of development is acceptable — or worse, they believe there is no other way. Here’s how Strong Towns is changing that.
The Strong Towns movement is changing our cultural understanding about growth, development and the way we invest in our places. And it’s more needed than ever.
Your daily actions might feel small and unimportant, but when they’re part of a movement, they add up to something much bigger.
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Three years ago I made some promises to our audience. Today I affirm them.
Today we're unveiling a new tool for connecting with local Strong Towns advocates.
Let's make a final push today to get to 2000 members. We can do it. And then we'll continue to do great things together.
A year ago, Shreveport, Louisiana was on the brink of building a highway through a poor inner-city neighborhood. Strong Towns helped fight back.
Strong Towns is a tough, tough message, but it unites people in a way that truly brings out our best. Of all things we do, I'm perhaps most proud of that.
Our cities are struggling financially. But culturally, we lack a common understanding to explain why this is, let alone decide what to do about it.
Chuck Marohn discusses the wake up call he had while working as an engineer — building the very roads and big box stores he now recognizes as harmful for our towns and cities.
Whether you're a planner, a neighborhood advocate or an elected official, Strong Towns offers something for everyone.
What the Strong Towns movement needs to do is change our cultural understanding about growth, development and the way we invest in our places.
What does it look like when you actively implement and share the Strong Towns message?
When you become a member of Strong Towns, you are helping grow a movement that is changing the way we talk about our places, from Main Street to Wall Street, from the corner cafe to the White House.