Mayors Innovation Project Summer Annual Meeting

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Date(s) - 08/22/2018 - 08/24/2018
12:00 am PDT

Grand Rapids (check registration page for location)


Save the Dates!
Wednesday, August 22 – Friday, August 24
Summer 2018 Annual Meeting

Mayor Bliss invites you to beautiful Grand Rapids, MI for the Summer 2018 Annual Meeting! Although Grand Rapids may be best known to some as Beer City USA (80+ breweries!), the city has also been leading the way on many important issues like stormwater infrastructure, equitable economic development, urban forestry and smart city concepts. Join us in Grand Rapids to see their great work in action.

What should you expect?
Mayors and staff will get a chance to focus deeply on current city issues, engage with Mayors from across the country, and get advice from policy experts. We’ll draw on the innovative work happening in Grand Rapids and see some of their great work in action. Members continue to receive policy support between meetings. Our meetings are informal, collegial, and packed with substance.

Join the Mayors Innovation Project
Member cities receive unlimited free registrations to attend and non-member cities pay a very reasonable registration fee. Learn more about membership here!

If you’re not a member city yet, no problem! Register by Friday, May 11 to receive the early-bird discounted rate ($250 instead of the regular $325)!

Register here today, or view more details here.

The Mayors Innovation Project is a learning network for American mayors committed to shared prosperity, environmental sustainability, and efficient democratic government. Around the country, cities like yours are taking the lead on pressing issues—climate change, infrastructure, economic revitalization, housing, and more. Through our meetings, policy briefs, publications, and technical assistance, we bring you the most useful and relevant information in helping you address your city’s needs. The Mayors Innovation Project connects you with leaders from across the country, to benefit from their knowledge and experience, and to share your own.

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