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Tactical Urbanism

Bird Cages

Bird Cages

A tactical urbanism success in Cincinnati demonstrates the ability to solve problems on our streets—in this case, parking for dockless scooters—by rapidly prototyping solutions in low-cost, low-risk ways.

Building Tactical Resilience

Building Tactical Resilience

Hands-on collaboration between local government and citizens can open up opportunities for experimentation, learning, and relationship building—all essential parts of effective community resilience building.

Pop-up Parklets Prove Promising

Pop-up Parklets Prove Promising

Strong Towns member Paul Fritz recently worked with a group of residents in his town of Sebastopol, CA to construct three temporary parklets, to resounding success.

From Tactical to Permanent - A Memphis Success Story

From Tactical to Permanent - A Memphis Success Story

Memphis is a shining example of how taking small, low-cost steps can lead to more permanent change that benefits a neighborhood and a city, without risking detrimental public backlash or precious money in the city budget.

    A Toolkit for Creating Better Blocks

    A Toolkit for Creating Better Blocks

    Jason Roberts will lead a talk at our upcoming Summit about his work to encourage small-scale, citizen-driven change in towns across the country. Here's a video offering a window into this world.