Livability is the defining factor for any community looking to sustain itself in this constantly changing world. The combination of strong and innovative leadership, regional cooperation, diversity, and excellent design of place and space form a valuable investment in livability and economic success. Communities that have the ability to use these local amenities and creative means to provide opportunity to all people and a vision for the future are the ones best able to compete on a global stage.


The Cultivating Creative Communities conference will bring civic and community leaders together to build a new framework to understand how we can make cities and regions more livable, equitable, and sustainable places. Our four themes- Amenities, Creativity, Equity, and Sustainability- together represent a mix that has not yet been discussed in tandem. Through a series of plenary sessions, breakout workshops, and off-site tours, we will foster new combinations of dialogues and equip as many people as possible with the tools to create success and opportunity in their own communities all over the world. Participants will leave the conference with an understanding of how to create livable places, make those places livable for everyone, and make those places livable forever.
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WHERE: Marriott City Center, Charlotte, North Carolina (USA)
WHEN: Tuesday, October 24 - Friday, October 27, 2014
TARGET AUDIENCE: 400 Civic Leaders: Mayors and other Elected Officials; Urban Researchers/Thinkers; Business Executives; City Managers; Community and Grassroots Leaders; City Planners; Policy Makers/Legislators; Non-Profit Organizations; Cultural Advocates: Entrepreneurs; Arts Organizations; Trade Associations; and more.
INFORMATION: Irene Garnett
Director of Public Programs, Partners for Livable Communities
(202) 887-5990 x 12

For more information please contact Irene Garnett, Director of Public Programs, Partners for Livable Communities 202.887.5990 x 12 or

Partners for Livable Communities | 1429 21st Street NW | Washington DC 20146 | Ph:202.887.5990 | Fax: 202.446.4845