In partnership with the Water Center at Penn, our Water Affordability Community of Practice (COP) spotlights best practices on challenges and solutions related to water affordability, providing ample time for questions and informal discussion among …
Event: The Discourse of Public Work
Join us for a discussion amongst mayors and city leaders on how to foster and support productive mayor-council relationships.
Event: Water Affordability in Alexandria, VA
Photo by Jack Prommel on Unsplash In partnership with the Water Center at Penn, our Water Affordability Community of Practice (COP) spotlights best practices on challenges and solutions related to water affordability, providing ample time for questions and …
How Mayors are Leading on Guaranteed Income
In partnership with Mayors for a Guaranteed Income (MGI), we hosted a roundtable discussion on the evidence and opportunities for this work in cities around the country.
Water Affordability in DC & Atlanta
With our partners at the Water Center at Penn, we are shining a critical spotlight on the local leaders who are forging the path on water affordability. Joining us at our Community of Practice in February was …
The Housing Crisis: What Cities Can Do
Over the last two decades, the US has experienced an unprecedented housing crisis. Housing costs have doubled, while income has remained stagnant. Most renting households who live below the poverty line spend at least half …
Keynote: Matthew Desmond & the Housing Crisis in Cities
Matthew Desmond is the author of the Pulitzer-winning book, Evicted. He will give our Virtual Keynote: The Housing Crisis in Cities.
What Should Mayors Do This Fall to Protect the Right to Vote?
Last week we hosted our very first mayors-only roundtable, which focused on immediate steps mayors can take to ensure safe and equitable access to the polls this fall. Click below for resources from the event. Resources …
A Green & Equitable Recovery in the Great Lakes
An equitable and green economic recovery in the wake of COVID-19 is possible.
Protecting the Right to Vote
Friday, September 11 11:30am – 12:30pm EDT/8:30 – 9:30am PDT Experts had predicted that the 2020 general election would shatter voter turnout records. Now with COVID-19, many municipalities are not prepared to address the challenges …