What Market Studies Tell Us About Revitalization, June 22

​Community developers have recognized that creating housing is not enough, and many now invest in other critical assets to support vibrant communities. They increasingly use market conditions and typologies to help make decisions about where and how to invest. Join Danielle Lewinski from the Center for Community Progress, Angela Carlberg from NeighborWorks America, and Mike Powe and Melissa Jest from the National Trust for Historic Preservation as they explore the data available to community development professionals conducting market research and... Read more

NADO Annual Training Conference , Oct. 15-18

Join your peers from around the country for the 2016 NADO Annual Training Conference. Sessions will cover a variety of topics including CEDS planning and implementation, supporting entrepreneurship and small businesses, workforce development initiatives, community outreach and engagement strategies, new trends in economic development, and more. October 15 – 18 in San Antonio, Texas. Learn more and register... Read more

Community Indicators Consortium Impact Summit, Sept. 26-27

​This Summit will look at new approaches to and policy applications of well-being indicators, what we can learn from international and local efforts, and how we are or can be leading the field in measuring progress to move “beyond GDP” toward equitable, sustainable, healthy communities. September 26-27 in Washington, DC. Learn more and register... Read more

Webinar: From Buses to Bikeshare: How Integrated Mobility Can Have Big Impacts in Small Communities, June 29

​Join Jason Miller, Executive Director, and Kaz Thea, Bike-Ped Coordinator of Mountain Rides while they walk you through a case study of how a traditional transportation agency is transforming itself in a small town to produce big wins in active, multi-modal regional transportation planning and implementation. Through partnerships, leveraging funds and innovative design real improvements in integrated mobility can be achieved. June 29 from 2-3 p.m. EST. Register now... Read more

Webinar: Friends and Allies for the Walking Movement, July 14

At the 2015 National Walking Summit, keynote speaker Ron Sims reminded us that though we may work as individuals, we are part of a larger walking movement and stronger than we realize. What can we do to expand this movement? Join America Walks to explore possible new partners in the work towards making America a great place to walk, learning and growing with organizations, industries and communities that are already in step with the walking movement. July 14 from 2-3... Read more

NACo Annual Conference & Exposition, July 22-25

Join county officials, experts from the private and nonprofit sectors and other leaders from across the country for the 2016 National Association of Counties (NACo) Annual Conference and Exposition. This is your chance to exchange cutting-edge best practices and shape NACo’s federal policy agenda for the year ahead. Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity to access information and resources to address some of our most pressing challenges — the opioid and heroin crisis, criminal justice and mental health reform, transportation and... Read more

Urban Waters National Training Workshop, July 26-28

Registration is free and open to all for the 2016 Urban Waters National Training Workshop, sponsored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, on behalf of the Urban Waters Federal Partnership (UWFP). This is your chance to access representatives of the 14 federal agencies in the Urban Waters Federal Partnership who are committed to supporting your efforts to improve local waters and your community. Connect, share and learn with other innovators about how to convene, engage, and succeed in our partnership work. July... Read more
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