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All-America City Award
Recognizing Communities for Civic Accomplishments
  • The 2014 All-America City quilt tour begins a year-long journey across the United States today, departing from Denver, Colorado, home of the National Civic League.   The individual quilt squares were provided by the 23 communities selected as finalists in the 2014 All-America City Awards spotlighting healthy communities. The awards are given to ten communities […]
  • Montgomery’s 2014 All-America City Award Presentation
    Montgomery’s full All-America City presentation is now available.
  • Chelsea Celebrates
    From the Chelsea Record: Chelsea residents couldn’t recall a more festive and enjoyable celebration than the one that took place Tuesday night at Mary O’Malley Park as people came together for National Night Out and to recognize the city’s All-America Award designation. For the delegation, led by City Manager Jay Ash, that made the trip […]
  • Resilience
    From NextCity.org: Oakland has earthquakes, droughts and a host of other resilience problems to tackle. Now it has a Chief Resilience Officer to lead the charge. Today, Oakland Mayor Jean Quan and Michael Berkowitz, president of The Rockefeller Foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities initiative, will jointly announce that Victoria Salinas has been tapped as the city’s […]

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