Public-private partnerships are a way for governments to collaborate with the private sector to share the risks and rewards involved in the construction and maintenance of public infrastructure projects. To ensure a lean government and outstanding service, cities often embraced public-private partnerships. This is what the City of Centennial did.
The City of Centennial is located just south of Denver city limits with 107,000 residents. The city was formed in 2000 through high citizen engagement resulting in the largest incorporated city in U.S. history at the time.
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