The Network is on the ground with cities across the country. As we partner with local leaders to develop strategies to fuel their turnaround, you can read about our insights and learnings here.
Applications due Jan. 30 for Network competition to support city-state partnerships to revitalize economically distressed communities.
With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Network and NYU are expanding the first-ever dashboard for essential health data for U.S. cities
The Network’s review of city-state partnerships has identified five strategies through which states can effectively support the economic progress of cities.
When Mayor Jorge Elorza asked the National Resource Network to assist Providence, he said the city’s economic future required a plan to put its fiscal house in order and address...
With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Network and NYU are working to develop a first-ever dashboard for essential health data for U.S. cities
MassDevelopment and the National Resource Network today announced the launch of the Massachusetts State Resource Network – the first of its kind in the nation.
Lessons learned from the Network's recent research on and engagements related to the potential of health districts for economic development.
The Network's second policy report explores the importance of California's economically challenged cities to the state and federal government.
In a new Network report, research from twelve cities highlights the impact anchor institutions have had on their hometowns and ways cities and these institutions can work together going forward.
The Network highlights recent responses to questions received through its 311 for Cities feature on infrastructure, diversity in police forces, eligibility for social services and non-emergency numbers.
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