Home » Events » Green Thursday event at the Fitchburg Library on Jan. 23 at 6:30 p.m.

Do you want to:

·      Increase your city's or village’s financial resiliency?

·      Maximize the return on your community's investment?

·      Build places worthy of our admiration?

Then come and hear this compelling presentation, with ample time for questions and answers!  Local elected officials and commissioners are especially invited.

Sponsored by: the City of Fitchburg Public Library and Natural Step Monona Green Tuesdays & Thursdays

Co-sponsored by:

1000 Friends of Wisconsin, the Congress of the New Urbanism-Wisconsin Chapter, Green Tier Legacy Communities, the City of Fitchburg Resource Conservation Commission, the City of Middleton Sustainability Committee, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Center on Wisconsin Strategy


StrongTowns.org is a non-profit, non-partisan organization that helps America's local governments achieve financial strength and resiliency.

The American approach to growth is causing economic stagnation and decline along with land use practices that force a dependency on public subsidies.  The inefficiencies of the current approach have left American municipalities financially insolvent, unable to pay even the maintenance cost of their basic infrastructure.  A new approach that accounts for the full cost of growth is needed to make our towns strong again.