City Connection Marketplace
Our City Connection Marketplace program is available to members to provide hands-on assistance in establishing new sister city, county, or state partnerships. We help dozens of cities start the partnership process from scratch and assist many more at various stages of their search.
Whether it’s your first partnership or your tenth, Sister Cities International staff is available to assist and guide you through the process from researching potential partner cities, to crafting and signing and agreement.
Thanks to our connections to foreign Embassies in Washington, D.C. and relationships with U.S. Foreign Service Officers around the globe, Sister Cities International is uniquely positioned to help you get in touch with decision-makers abroad.
If you’re interested in receiving assistance from Sister Cities International to find a sister city, please fill out the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The list below indicates cities who have sent their community pairing surveys to us. If you are interested in connecting with one or more of these cities, please contact email@example.com to request a connection through our staff.
LIST OF CITIES SEEKING PARTNERSHIPS
US Cities Global Cities
Cameron, Missouri Salaga, Ghana
Castle Rock, Colorado Yilo Krobo, Ghana
Dana Point, California Marracuene, Mozambique
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina Wawa Prefecture, Togo
Greater Des Moines, Iowa Masvingo, Zimbabwe
Lake Havasu, Arizona Gwangju, South Korea
Harahan, Louisiana Suwon, South Korea
Indian Wells, California Lapio, Italy
Luvurne, Minnesota Rincon, Puerto Rico
Narragansett, Rhode Island Lenakel, Vanuatu
North Miami Beach, Florida Carolina del Principe, Venezuela
Opa Locka, Florida Ginebra, Colombia
Palm Bay, Florida La Macarena, Colombia
Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey Pereria, Colombia
Port Jervis, New York Chervonohrad, Ukraine
Prairie du Rocher, Illinois
South Jacksonville, Illinois
West Liberty, Iowa
Maui County, Hawaii
Concord might never have paired with Freeport, Bahamas had it not been for the assistance of the Cities Seeking Cities program. Concord Sister Cities Association is most grateful for the help and the guidance and will most certainly turn to SCI again when looking for another sister city in the future!
– John Dunlap, President of the Concord Sister Cities Association
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.