Public Policy Institute
March 12, 2015
What makes your community thrive?
Whether it’s a snapshot of the Indianapolis canal on your way to work or an old photo of your college town, we want to see photos of all Hoosier communities.
Use #ThriveIN and share your photos @IUPublicPolicy. We’ll retweet your photos and share them in a final photo gallery in December 2016, the state’s 200th birthday.
Beginning in early January, Thriving Communities, Thriving State, a two-year project, began studying what makes Indiana communities succeed. The project will look at issues affecting rural, mid-sized and urban communities, each with its own commission. Recommendations arising from the project will be shared with state legislators, community leaders and other policymakers to guide their planning and decisions.
Kathy Davis, former Indiana Lieutenant Governor, and Randall T. Shepard, former Chief Justice of the Indiana Supreme Court, serve as project co-chairs.
Thriving Communities, Thriving State was also chosen as a Legacy Project by the Indiana Bicentennial Commission.
Indiana in Perspective (PDF)