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Our country's unprecedented housing crisis has only been exacerbated by the health and financial crises brought on by the pandemic. How can mayors address this?
MIP has created a list of resources available to mayors and cities for addressing COVID-19 in their communities. We also want to hear from mayors on how you are tackling the crisis.
The Mayors Innovation Project is the best place to get new ideas and make some truly useful connections.Mayor Jamie Harkins, Lafayette, CO
The use of behavioral science, or behavioral insights, is a proven best practice for cities to positively influence behavior. Cities have been applying this lens to their COVID-19 communications and messaging efforts to encourage public …
Through this year’s struggles, our organizational priorities remained the same—to provide mayors and city leaders with peer learning experiences and cutting-edge resources to advance equity, sustainability, and democracy in cities. We are proud to have engaged over 100 cities from around the US in our work this year.
South Bend, IN utility leaders shared how they’re addressing equity through water customer assistance, with learning lessons for other cities of all sizes. Below are the main takeaways that can help your city make and keep water affordable.
In the coming months, we are providing support for cities through a new Community of Practice, a blog series, and the second cohort of our Water Affordability Academy. This effort will provide critical perspectives for local elected officials and for water utility leaders and staff.
As part of our ongoing program to help cities ensure access to clean, affordable water, we are excited to announce a Water Affordability Community of Practice (COP) for city leaders. In partnership with the Water …
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