R.T. Rybak reflects on his work in Minneapolis, first as mayor and later as head of a collective impact table focusing on youth.
Increasing family wealth is a much better public policy goal than the standard economic development mantra of "jobs, jobs, jobs." And effective strategies won't come from Washington.
Why being equipt matters for America's cities.
We spoke with Andrew Maxwell, Director of the i-team in Syracuse, New York, about his team's efforts to improve City infrastructure over the past year.
Here's how i-teams learned from failure and repositioned themselves for long-term success.
We sat down with Jeff Carter, Director of the i-team in Mobile, Alabama, to discuss their efforts to combat community blight over the past year.
The Louisville City Accelerator team reflects on a hackathon that created a low-cost wireless smoke detector.
How can cities use prototyping to create better products and services?
How do you know when a city's civic infrastructure needs improvement? And what can be done? The Boston Fed is asking asking the people who know their cities best.
We look back on a convening of practitioners on the cutting edge of local government innovation.
As cities double down on results, potential stumbling blocks lurk around every corner.
Former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak takes the Mayors and Schools Field Trip to Kansas City.
Learn how civic hackathons are leading to breakthrough innovations.
The i-teams aim to impact the lives of real people. Here are some of their stories.
Cities are using new approaches and partnerships to maximize the impact of summer jobs programs.
Living Cities is launching Racial Equity Here, a new initiative that will support five U.S. cities committed to improving racial equity and advancing opportunity for all.
Public health departments are getting more involved in cross-sector partnerships—here are seven ways public health professionals can help your work.