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At the Mayors Innovation Project, we strive to write and create content about innovative high-road policies in cities across the United States. In our writing (including our Good Ideas for Cities newsletter), we highlight our member cities‘ work, the best practices for mayors and cities identified by speakers at our meetings on a wide range of important policy topics, and have guest blogs from our partners.

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  • Gender & Domestic Policy: A Briefing with the White House

    In June, the Women Mayors Network hosted a briefing with White House leaders on gender and domestic policies. Recognizing the key role mayors play in advancing policy priorities locally, the White House Office of Intergovernmental …

  • Water Affordability on the Fresh Coast

    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. Learn more about how we’re supporting city leaders here. Are you …

  • The State of Water Affordability

    Cities across the country are struggling to maintain and update infrastructure while keeping water affordable, particularly for their most vulnerable households. Through our Water Affordability Academies, co-hosted by the Water Center at Penn and the …

  • Event: Refining your Governance & Partnership Strategy

    Illuminating Financial Trends: A Training for Mayors Wednesday, July 21 9am PST/10am MST/11am CST/12pm EST This training is specifically framed and created for mayors, but we also welcome finance directors and mayors’ chiefs of staff. …

  • American Rescue Plan: How should mayors proceed?

    This guest blog post is from Ralph Garboushian at CapitalEdge. Financially battered cities celebrated the March enactment of the American Rescue Plan Act (PL 117-6) and its $350 billion Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Relief …

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