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This is Smart Growth

This 32-page survey, which features 40 places around the country, illustrates how communities can employ smart growth techniques to improve the quality of development while preserving their character. Excellent photos, accessible language and real-world tips abound. Ten short chapters include features such as "healthy communities for all ages" and "places designed for people."



OrganizationSmart Growth Network & International City/County Management Association
Resource TypeCase Study
URLhttp://www.smartgrowth.org/library/article...
LocationNational
Publish DateSeptember 2006

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