How Counties Are Investing Coronavirus Relief Fund Payments
National Association of Counties

North Texas Communities Launch Innovation Consortium
A group of 21 local governments around Northern Texas announced the formation of a civic technology-based nonprofit to share best practices and strategies for improving economic resiliency, transportation, infrastructure and emerging public health concerns.
By Ryan Johnston / StateScoop

Here’s How Retirement Communities are Adapting to a Post-Covid 19 World
Source: CNBC

Where Health Risks Make People Most Vulnerable
Source: Policy Map

Measuring the Impact on America’s County Workforce


House Democrats to Unveil Green Infrastructure Bill This Week
The plan, dubbed “Moving Forward,” would specifically provide $434 billion for highway and transit programs, $55 billion for rail, $34.3 billion for clean energy, and $25.4 billion for drinking water.
Source: E&E News

United States and Canada Release 2019 State of the Great Lakes Report
Source: EPA

How a Suburban Chicago Mayor Helped Inspire the Biggest Jump in Building Energy Code Improvements in a Decade
Greater participation by cities tipped the balance toward more ambitious efficiency measures in the latest model code. Energy News Network

North Carolina Takes First Step on Offshore Wind Study
Source: Energy News Network


‘Speed is Expected’ in Government’s Post-Coronavirus IT Projects
Source: StateScoop

National Community Development Association
(NCDA) is a bi-partisan national nonprofit organization comprised of more than 400 local governments across the country that administer federally-supported community development, economic development, and affordable housing programs, including programs of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) programs. Since 1969, NCDA has been at the forefront in securing effective and responsive housing and community development programs for local governments. The Association provides timely, direct information and training to its members on federal housing and community development programs.
Learn More About NCDA

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