In 2018 we began to see Strong Towns transition from a set of key ideas and insights about the struggles our communities face to an organization capable of creating revolutionary change in communities across the country.
It's with great excitement that we officially welcome two new staff members to the Strong Towns team.
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If you can't take a large problem and break it down into small, doable increments, you're not thinking hard enough.
We're pleased to present our 2015 Annual Report which outlines our recent accomplishments and future plans to spread the Strong Towns message to reach a million people who care.
Strong Towns is having a board meeting this weekend and Chuck's thoughts are on the changes the organization has made over the past year and what we face in the future.
This week, we welcome Yuri Artibise to the Strong Towns team.
If you've visited strongtowns.org today, you are likely noticing some changes to the site. Most critically: the blog is gone.
On behalf of Strong Towns, I'd like to introduce our new Member Support Specialist, Jason Schaefer of Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Strong Towns Executive Director Jim Kumon will be leaving the organization at the end of the month to pursue new endeavors in land use, transportation and real estate development. He has been with Strong Towns for the past two years. His last day with the organization is July 31.
Today we're announcing two openings on the Strong Towns team.
We have put together a briefing for all of our members detailing our strategic plan for 2015. We invite you to take a look at it and give us your feedback, thoughts and continued support.