Nominate Your Innovative City

The City of Miami skyline is seen on August 6, 2010 in Miami, Florida.
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Nov. 4, 2013, 9:07 a.m.

While Wash­ing­ton so of­ten seems tied in knots, cre­at­ive eco­nom­ic lead­ers and policy makers around the United States are lead­ing the way to help cit­ies and met­ro­pol­it­an areas re­cov­er and thrive after the Great Re­ces­sion. What are the cit­ies that are bring­ing in new busi­nesses, de­vel­op­ing in­nov­at­ive ap­proaches to long­stand­ing so­cial and eco­nom­ic chal­lenges, and be­com­ing some of the most at­tract­ive, liv­able com­munit­ies in the coun­try?

Na­tion­al Journ­al wants to hear from read­ers about what these in­nov­at­ive cit­ies are. Tell us in 150 words or less which city you’d pick for us to vis­it on our Amer­ica360 tour of for­ward-think­ing loc­al eco­nom­ies. We’ll pub­lish the res­ults in Janu­ary and put the win­ning cit­ies on our travel it­in­er­ary.

Sub­mis­sion Dead­line: Tues­day, Dec. 17.



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