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Attention all Bookworms!

Since we launched Imagine Boston 2030 last fall, we’ve relied on Bostonians to set the direction for our growth. To guide Imagine Boston 2030, we turned to those who know the city best—the residents and businesses that call Boston home. Over the last few months, the City engaged Bostonians through open houses, visioning sessions, street teams, community workshops, text messages, social media and web surveys to understand Bostonians’ vision for the future. We listened. We’re still listening. And, we’re reading!

City staff has been talking about some of the history and concepts that have informed our thinking. We’ve had great conversations about the work of some of the thinkers and philosophers who influence our work every day. And one day, we started a conversation about books we have read that explore concepts related to the work. We thought it would be fun to develop a reading list of books that help us think about cities, and explore, celebrate and imagine Boston. We had some lively discussions and picked a dozen books to include on the list, but we are acutely aware that our list is not even remotely comprehensive, so we are asking you to help by voting on three more books you think should be included.

Now for the best part: the Mayor’s Office has partnered with the Boston Public Library to make the entire Imagine Boston reading list available to all Boston residents! Stop by your local branch of the Boston Public Library to pick up one—or all—of the books on the Imagine Boston 2030 Reading List, and join us as we all Imagine Boston in 2030.

Click here to vote for your favorite books, and share with your friends! Everyone who votes has a chance to win an Imagine Boston Reading List prize!

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Join our Engagement Team!  

Imagine Boston 2030 is hiring! We’ve engaged more than 10,000 Bostonians over the last year but we’re not done yet. We’re launching a street team this fall and we need your help to make it happen!


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