Of or relating to a city or town, especially its administration; municipal
they encourage their children to participate in civic affairs
(In some states or political systems) an oath of allegiance taken by those in public office, by the citizenry in general, or by those wishing to attain citizenship.
A municipal building or building complex, often publicly financed, with space for conventions, sports events, and theatrical entertainment
Concerned with or active in civic affairs; concerned with the welfare of the community as a whole, public-spirited.
The following of humanist ideals and values in political life, especially the use of classical models of government, political rhetoric, etc.
Journalism conducted with the aim of promoting greater involvement by the general public in politics and community issues.
The state or quality of being civic-minded.
An approach to republican government which emphasizes active engagement by citizens.