We are living in an age of urban renewal, of the New American City, where small businesses and entrepreneurs create the bulk of the jobs, and governments and community groups partner to help them succeed.
In the New American City, neighborhoods are recognized as places of vibrancy, culture and celebration, where the past is honored as we chart our path into the future.
Rochester, New York is quickly establishing itself as a leader among the “New American Cities.” And that’s why we were honored to be selected as the host city for the 2016 CityAge summit on “The New American City”, taking place on June 6-7, 2016.
We will discuss how we can leverage our historic assets to build a more vibrant city.
We’ll talk about driving job growth, transportation and the innovation economy.
We’ll talk about revitalizing our waterfronts and building upon our creative economies.