Cities are complex and extensive systems that organize and facilitate the exchange and interaction of the spatial, social, economic, and political forces of our civilizations. Involving a range of urban issues that include planning, zoning, land use, housing, public space, transportation, infrastructure and utilities, cities are layered organisms built to support the health and welfare of its people. The following standards have been gathered for you as references describing the various components, elements, modes, concepts, and regulations that provide the framework for our urban systems. We will continue to expand and update these guides over time in an effort to further discuss and illustrate the most fundamental attributes and aspects that make up our cities.


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