Life, Well Run is an ICMA (International City/County Management Association) initiative to raise awareness of and appreciation for the value professional managers bring to build ethical, efficient, effective local government and great communities we’re proud to call home.
Professional local government managers improve the quality of life in their communities every day.
Attracting and retaining top-notch employees is a high priority for Roswell, Georgia City Administrator Kay Love and her staff. The local government measures its success in excellent customer service both internally and externally and having low employ… Read More…
By 2010, so many people had moved out of the core of Oklahoma City that neighborhoods were suffering from apathy, vacancy, and blight. The city assisted people with home repairs and made some small improvements, but these efforts were too scattered to… Read More…
An innovative mobile phone application is helping the city of Raleigh, N.C., use crowdsourced data to respond to business and resident complaints about downtown cleanliness. The solution required teamwork among no less than four city departments but ha… Read More…
If you look around your community, you’ll find people using their talents each day to improve our quality of life. Some are in very public roles—like police officers or teachers. Others keep the roads maintained, collect recycling, beautify our parks and public spaces. We’re capturing profiles of these community heroes who work with professional city, town, and county managers to make Life, Well Run.