Civic Infrastructure

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Civic infrastructure consists of people, places, policies, practices, and programs that enable residents to connect with one another, to address their shared concerns, to build community, to protect the commons, to solve problems, and plan, organize, and coordinate the neighborhood's future.

Civic infrastructure provides the basis for ordinary people to participate in civic life: from joining neighborhood watch groups, to publishing a fact or opinion, to entering the voting booth.

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