Across the United States, cities are competing to not only attract, but also retain businesses, economic development and jobs. For cities to thrive, they first need to ensure that all residents of any and every social class are happy, healthy and contributing to their community's overall vitality.
As urban leaders explore ways to enhance accessibility for its residents and businesses, some cities are turning to play to build that advantage by reviving a commitment to public recreation and redefining it with the idea of playability.
Cities and towns, along with leaders from every sector working together, have the opportunity to turn play spaces, and all spaces, into transformative theaters of activity, inspiration, and discovery. Now is the time to take action to build the city environment where you and your family can live, work, play and thrive together. Learn more at http://kaboom.org/playability