Focus on Small Cities
Many small cities in Minnesota have found ways to be more environmentally conscious, even with few resources and a small…
It takes a team approach to develop business opportunities in small cities.
If you can find the right funding source for your community needs, grants are worth the effort.
Years of saving allowed the city to close the funding gap on the new building without raising taxes.
The Preservation Alliance of Minnesota's Minnesota Main Street program helps communities maximize their people and built assets.
Parkers Prairie and Battle Lake reimagined their state trunk highway projects to enhance safety, economic development, and aesthetics.
USDA Rural Development could help your community achieve its project goals affordably.
Mutual aid agreements can formalize backup for clerks and help small cities in times of transition or crisis.
Managed IT services may be the perfect solution for cities that don't have full-time IT staff.