Municipal Action for Immigrant Integration
Promoting City Services and Encouraging Civic Engagement
The Municipal Action for Immigrant Integration program (MAII) is a unique nationwide effort of the National League of Cities intended to assist municipal leaders in addressing the issues related to their growing immigrant populations. As part of this comprehensive strategy, the city of Boulder has the opportunity to work directly with the National League of Cities in the development and implementation of innovative initiatives in the area of immigrant integration.
The MAII program has been on the front lines of the immigration phenomenon in cities and towns across the United States. The report "Municipal Innovations in Immigrant Integration: 20 Cities, 20 Good Practices" highlights the most innovative cities (including Boulder) in the area of immigrant integration.
The City of Boulder is committed to supporting a framework of community outreach, resource acccess and education to teach new residents about the city services and civic responsibilities. We believe that successful integration also involves outreach and communication with the established community to build support and cultural understanding. These cultural aspects ensure that all residents work together in community building, recognizing the value of inclusiveness and the importance of integration initiatives.
Contact the Office of Human Rights and Community Relations: by
or phone at 303-441-3141.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 11 July 2012 07:10