The EPA joined Piedmont Together in hosting a community workshop in Lewisville focused on downtown development and the infrastructure of towns.
Piedmont Together is excited to announce a roster of local, regional and nationally acclaimed speakers for our March 27, 2014 summit. Join us to hear and discuss best practices and next steps for the Piedmont Triad.
Southwest High Point’s Renewal Foundation is an example of implementing economic revitalization through environmental enhancement
Five Piedmont Together team members will attend this year's Sustainable Communities Leadership Academy, led by the Institute for Sustainable Communities.
The Piedmont Triad Partnership's free daily newsletter, Quick Clips, sends national and regional economic and business news straight to your inbox.
In response to the Triad Business Journal's Jan. 24 cover story, “Economic Development: Is There a Better Way?” Piedmont Together's Mark Kirstner addresses why collaborative, regional economic development is more effective than efforts focused only on promoting individual municipalities or counties.
Hear the projections for our region’s future and how many organizations are collaborating to stabilize housing and build social equity.
Over the past three years Piedmont Together has undertaken a wide variety and number of public outreach and engagement events to ensure that residents' voices were heard and incorporated into the resulting comprehensive regional plan. This report summarizes those activities and presents a sampling of input received.
USGBC-North Carolina's upcoming annual event includes keynote speakers Mayor Allen Joines and Smart Growth America Chief of Staff Ilana Preuss.
The City of Randleman and Partners Ending Homelessness are Piedmont Together's newest consortium members.