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1. VISITORS

1.1. ATTRACTIONS

1.2. LEISURE

1.3. EDUCATION

1.4. NEW TECHNOLOGIES & INNOVATIONS

1.5. HEALTH CARE

2. CITY COUNCIL

2.1. TRANSPARENCY IN PUBLIC POLICY

2.2. SOCIALLY CONSTRUCTIVE COMMUNITY EVENTS

2.3. SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES

2.4. BUSINESS SUBSIDiES SUPPORTED

2.5. INTERNATIONALLY NETWORKED

2.6. HONORED COMMUNITY MEMBERS

2.7. MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISES

3. TRANSPORT

3.1. BIKE LOAN PROGRAM

3.2. CAR POOLING SYSTEMS

3.3. ELECTRIC CARS

3.4. COMBUSTION ENGINE BAN

3.5. PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS

4. CITIZENS

4.1. HEALTH

4.1.1. PHYSICAL

4.1.1.1. Active life style

4.1.1.2. Clean air

4.1.1.3. Clean water

4.1.1.4. Health care

4.1.1.5. Low noise

4.1.1.6. Organic food

4.1.1.7. Recreation

4.1.1.8. Waste managment & recycling

4.1.2. MENTAL

4.1.2.1. Privacy

4.1.2.2. Non-aggresive environment

4.1.2.3. Connection to Nature

4.1.2.4. Work and life balance

4.1.3. SOCIAL

4.1.3.1. Social Connectedness

4.1.3.2. Community spirit

4.2. SAFETY

4.2.1. Equal protection of the law

4.2.2. Community Crime Prevention

4.3. ENERGY

4.3.1. Clean Electricity

4.3.2. Affordable Electricity

4.3.3. Private and Public Sources

4.3.4. Independence

4.4. EDUCATION

4.4.1. Higher Education

4.4.2. Technical Training

4.5. INCOME

4.5.1. Salary

4.5.2. Private Business

4.5.3. Investments

4.6. WORK

4.6.1. Employment

4.6.2. Self-realisation

4.7. LEISURE

4.7.1. Art

4.7.2. Sport

4.7.3. Enterntainment

4.8. CHILDREN DEVELOPMENT

4.8.1. Education

4.8.2. Health

4.8.3. Social Care

4.9. ELDERLY SUPPORT

4.9.1. Social Programs

4.9.2. Employment Opportunities

4.9.3. Community Leadership

5. CITY PLANNING

5.1. PROXIMITY

5.1.1. Bikeability

5.1.2. Walkability

5.2. HOUSING

5.2.1. Private land

5.2.2. Low density

5.3. NATURE& ATTRACTIVENESS

5.3.1. City gardens

5.3.2. Parks

5.3.3. No outdoor parking

5.3.4. Integrated wildlife

5.3.5. Public access to the river

5.3.6. Emphasis on soil not concrete and asphalt

5.3.7. Famous architects from the University

5.4. SUSTAINABILITY

5.4.1. LEED Certification

5.4.2. Environmental Design

5.5. SOCIAL ASPECTS

5.5.1. Public Spaces

5.5.2. Monuments

5.5.3. Emphasis on secure and visible public spaces

6. ORGANIZATIONS& FACILITIES

6.1. EDUCATION & KNOWLEDGE

6.1.1. Library

6.1.2. Research centers

6.1.3. Technological companies

6.1.4. Univercity

6.1.5. Schools

6.1.6. Kindergardens

6.2. ART

6.2.1. Galleries

6.2.2. Museums

6.2.3. Theatre

6.2.4. Concert Hall

6.3. HEALTH

6.3.1. Hospital

6.4. SPORT

6.4.1. Sport facilities

6.4.2. Stadium

6.5. WASTE

6.5.1. Recycling factory

6.5.2. Packaging and Bottling System

6.5.3. Organic Waste Facility

6.6. FOOD

6.6.1. Farms Outside of City

6.6.2. Public City Gardens

6.7. WATER SUPPLY

6.7.1. River

6.7.2. Springs

6.7.3. Non-consumable Water

6.8. COMMUNICATION

6.8.1. TV

6.8.2. Radio

6.8.3. Newspapers

6.8.4. Magazines

6.9. TOURISM

6.9.1. Hotels

6.9.2. Tourism agencies

6.10. ENTERNTAIMENT

6.10.1. Cinemas

6.10.2. Restaurants

6.10.3. Cafes

6.10.4. Clubs

6.11. SECURITY

6.11.1. Police

6.11.2. Fire Department

6.11.3. Emergency Services

7. ECONOMY

7.1. INCOME

7.1.1. Profit from Investments

7.1.2. Fines

7.1.3. Energy Export

7.1.4. Property Taxes

7.1.5. Consumption Tax

7.1.6. Property Transfer tax

7.1.7. Transport and Toll Fees

7.1.8. Carbon Tax

7.1.9. Land Development Fees

7.1.10. Franchise Fees

7.2. EXPENDITURES

7.2.1. Fire Department

7.2.2. Police Department

7.2.3. Emergency Services

7.2.4. Transportation Systems

7.2.5. Water Treatment Systems

7.2.6. Social Services

7.2.7. Educational Services

7.2.8. City Administration

7.2.9. Subsidizing local bussiness

7.2.10. Investments

8. ENERGY

8.1. ENERGY POOL

8.1.1. Private solar energy production

8.1.2. Public solar energy production

8.1.3. Water public energy production

8.1.4. Wind

8.1.5. Landfill Biogas Production

8.1.6. Hydroelectric

8.1.7. Private Micro Hydroelectric

8.1.8. Waste Water Biomass