Rancho Cucamonga mayor L. Dennis Michael considers the “limitless” possibilities that the Internet of Things presents for engaging communities and improving city services: In my city, Rancho Cucamonga, we are asking ourselves how we can make more use of technology … More
Crowdsourcing offers many promises for the public sector, but where to start? Perhaps with lessons from the next generation. Kendra Smith is a Post-Doctoral Scholar for Public Service and Community Solutions and research fellow at the Center for Urban Innovation at … More
Using the metaphor of tending a garden, Matt Leighninger, shared the importance of “Tending the Garden of Civic Tech” with readers on Medium and EngagingCities last month. He explored how technology has offered new and innovative ways for people to … More
Late last year, the City of Boston unveiled its latest steps seeking to reduce red tape when it comes to development in the city, beginning with it’s “permits and licensing” program
The city of Modesto, CA is using an app (“Tag. We’re On It”) that relies on citizens to get in the game and spot graffiti around their city.