Strong Towns member Justin Golbabai led his town toward a victory in reducing parking minimum laws.
Mayor Lou Radkowski of St Marys, PA is taking Strong Towns concepts to heart and implementing them in his community.
The governor of North Dakota is a member of Strong Towns and we're thrilled to see the impact that the Strong Towns message is having on his state.
By providing the language to explain why fast-moving "stroads" are so treacherous, we hope to empower cities to make them safer.
Strong Towns is inspiring a movement for change.
Every day, we see our members taking action in their communities based on ideas and strategies they've learned from Strong Towns. Here are some of the actions we've inspired:
On the Eastside of Olympia, WA, one Strong Towns member has helped to lead a series of neighborhood events in response to crime concerns.
Cities across the nation can't maintain the massive amounts of infrastructure that their development patterns require. So why is this one proposing a bunch of new road projects it can't afford?
We can all learn from these communities' attempts to turn their downtowns back into places for people, not just cars.
Strong Towns is leading a national conversation.
Strong Towns ideas and leaders are frequently featured in local and national media. Here are some recent features:
We're thrilled to share a recent op-ed in the New York Times written by friend of Strong Towns, Gracy Olmstead, who mentions our movement and interviews our president.
The Strong Towns message is taking hold in St. Louis, MO.
A recent series of events in North Dakota featuring Strong Towns' President, Charles Marohn, championed the value of Main Street. And it's getting plenty of attention.
Strong Towns is getting recognized.
The Strong Towns message is taking hold and getting noticed around the world. Here's what people are saying about the Strong Towns movement:
Here's what two people who attended a recent Strong Towns event had to say about our message and its impact.
Whether you're a planner, a neighborhood advocate or an elected official, Strong Towns offers something for everyone.
Some thoughts on being named one of the 100 Most Influential Urbanists.
Strong Towns is honored to have recently been named #8 on Feedspot's list of Top 100 Urban Planning Blogs and Website.
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