The National Civic League Civic Index measures the formal & informal relationships, networks & capacities that communities use to make decisions & solve problems.
Education for residents, businesses, students, or city staff
Structure discussion around who can live in our communities, how far we travel to work, and what our streets and neighborhoods look like.
Featuring farm preservation, 50% open space, modest back yards, a trail system, habitat creation, distinct neighborhoods, passive/active solar, natural stormwater management.
UofM students and faculty help communities with research and technical assistance. Apply by March 2.
A new energy efficiency resource, the Home Energy Hub, is a tool to share with your residents.