San Diego Mayor Kevin Falconer was interviewed KUSI to share how his administration continues to lead the city through the pandemic and now local wildfires.
This innovation from Tulsa, OK Mayor GT Bynum gets down into the weeds to ensure the kids of Tulsa’s essential workforce have the support they need to continue to thrive in school – in whatever format that may take. The City of Tulsa says it will host school support groups specifically for the children of essential city employees, like police … Read More
San Diego continues to lead as it finds innovative ways to help the entire community respond and recover to the effects of COVID-19 San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer announced Tuesday that gyms and places of worship would be able to use San Diego’s parks to conduct operations outside beginning Monday morning. City Councilman Chris Cate proposed the idea in mid-July, … Read More
Unique and trying economic times call for unique and innovative solutions to allow cities and towns to continue to strengthen and grow. 6 months ago, “streeteries” weren’t a thing. Now – in places like San Diego, Spokane, and Oklahoma City – there are a thing because of strong community leadership from mayors like San Diego’s Kevin Faulconer, Spokane’s Nadine Woodward, … Read More
Watch as Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers explains the unique situation facing his city, and many in Colorado, and this solution for Colorado Springs voters to consider to help their city recover from the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch his video below.
Check this out from Sioux Falls, SD Mayor Paul TenHaken.
The city of Spokane, Washington, led by Mayor Nadine Woodward, is seeking to quickly create more opportunities for local businesses to survive and thrive economically during the pandemic. The city announced on Wednesday that its Restaurant and Retail Expansion Program is establishing a provisional permit program, meaning businesses would immediately receive the permit following a combined on-site inspection. The application process would continue … Read More
Forum for Community Leaders recently joined nearly 500 other organizations in supporting “timely, targeted and liability protections contained in the ‘SAFE TO WORK Act’.” These crucial protections would safeguard healthcare workers, providers, and facilities, as well as businesses, non-profit organizations, and educational institutions against unfair lawsuits so they can continue to contribute to a safe and effective economic recovery from the … Read More
San Diego Councilman Chris Cate seeks to “promote a spirit of entrepreneurship, innovation & creative solutions” by allowing businesses & faith based orgs to operate safely in San Diego city parks. “I want to promote a spirit of entrepreneurship, innovation and creative solutions in light of the state mandate and county public health order and allow all businesses, nonprofits and faith-based … Read More
San Diego emergency executive order signed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer will allow restaurants to expand into parking lots and other appropriate spaces to balance business with physical distancing.