ACE Walkable Communities 2018 Workshop
ACE Reunion 2018
Overview of Phases II and III of ACE Program
ACE Reunion 2017
ACE Application Training Workshop 2017
A hands-on ACE Application Training Workshop was held Wednesday, January 25th in Birmingham, AL at the Alabama Workforce Training Center, 3500 6th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35222 in the 1st Floor Auditorium.
ACE Reunion 2016
June 17, 2016, ACE held our 2016 ACE Town Reunion, a day-long opportunity to network with like-minded community leaders and learn specifics about how to make your ACE town better. Find presentations and photos from the event here.
Strategic Plan Facilitation Training
Ephraim Stockdale of Alabama Power Company provided training for communities on June 19th.
Alabama Communities of Excellence (ACE) Application Training
Mayors, City Clerks, City Council Members and other key leaders from nine Alabama communities including Abbeville, Chelsea, Geneva, Lineville, Oneonta, Orange Beach, Tallassee, Wetumpka and York participated in an Application Training Workshop held on 2/9 at the Center for Commerce in Montgomery, Alabama. The workshop provided communities information about the Alabama Communities of Excellence (ACE) program and the competitive application process being used to select communities for the incoming ACE 2015 class. ACE is currently accepting applications from communities desiring to be considered for admission into this 2015 incoming class; the application deadline is March 6th.
Economic & Community Development Incentives: Nuts & Bolts and Small Town Perspectives
Special thanks to Thomas Longino of Balch & Bingham, Hollie Cost, Mayor of ACE Town Montevallo, Ephraim Stockdale of Alabama Power Company, and Nisa Miranda of University of Alabama Center for Economic Development for their sponsorship of this workshop. Stay tuned for additional workshop opportunities.
Tapping potential through taxes and partnerships, Mayor Hollie Cost, Mayor of ACE Town Montevallo
Economic & Community Development Incentives: Nuts & Bolts, Thomas Longino, Balch & Bingham