Small City of the Year - 2013 GovFresh Awards

Submit your nominations and vote for the small city (under 50,000 population) that best fostered civic collaboration, innovation and inspiration in 2013. This will consider the collective efforts of city government and local civic organizations, developers and entrepreneurs. If your city has already been nominated, add additional info/links for judges to consider. Judges will use this information as the basis for their votes. Deadlines and judging details: awards.govfresh.com

Small City of the Year

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  1. City of Asheville, NC

    The City of Asheville has made big strides in civic engagement in 2013. The Code for America Brigade (Code for Asheville) launched in early 2013 and sponsored the first citywide hackathon in partnership with the city. City government also launched a new "Business and Public Technology" division to explicitly promote meaningful civic engagement on a wide range of issues. The City of Asheville was also recently featured in the book "Beyond Transparency" as an example small city that promotes open data and civic innovation.

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  2. City of Piqua (Ohio)

    Note: We added a 'Small City of the Year' category and are moving City of Piqua (Ohio) here for nominations purposes.

    See Piqua's votes here: http://govfresh.uservoice.com/forums/233470-city-of-the-year-2013-govfresh-awards/suggestions/5160919-city-of-piqua-ohio-

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  4. Bloomington (Indiana)

    Note: We added a 'Small City of the Year' category and are moving Bloomington (Indiana) here for nominations purposes.

    See Bloomington's votes here:

    http://govfresh.uservoice.com/forums/233470-city-of-the-year-2013-govfresh-awards/suggestions/5301550-bloomington-in-usa

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Small City of the Year - 2013 GovFresh Awards

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