New Study Ranks Danbury and New Haven Among America’s 50 Best Small Cities
Just out, the rankings of America’s best small cities and guess who made the top 50?
A company called Resonance Consultancy known throughout the world for their research, strategy, branding, and placemaking has recently released its research findings on America’s Best Cities. The Top 5 American Large Cities have populations of 1 million or more and they are:
- New York
- Los Angeles
- San Francisco
- Washington D.C.
The U.S.A.’s Top 5 Small Cities as ranked by Resonance are:
- Honolulu – Hawaii
- Omaha – Nebraska
- Charleston – South Carolina
- Albuquerque – New Mexico
- Tulsa – Oklahoma.
Danbury was ranked #43 and New Haven came in at #37. You’re probably asking yourself, “How did Resonance come up with their rankings?” That’s a great question but it’s complicated. Of Danbury, Resonance said: “Located just 50 miles north of New York City, Danbury is a small town of less than 100,000 – but it’s anything but a sleepy suburb.”
Resonance considered six factors as their methodology for city rankings: Promotion, Place, Product, Prosperity, People, and Programming. To dig deeper into their methodology, visit the the Resonance Company’s website here. Danbury came in hot at #3 in Resonance’s ‘people’s’ category.