This chapter discusses the study of urban communication begins with the concept that cities are inherently places and products of communication”. The “communicative city” foregrounds communication in not only facilitating the other types of cities but in creating and maintaining communities and relationships. The voices of the city have increased over the past several decades in terms of numbers. The escalation of the urban population is the result of myriad reasons including social policy, migration, technology and economics. But one thing is clear, urban growth results in complex issues and problems. Urbanization is not a panacea for the complexities of life. The “communicative city” notion is the contention that cities with a vision must enhance the urban environment with a healthy and productive communicative milieu. The Communicative City construct was conceived of as a way to measure, recognize and, significantly, to encourage urban municipalities to provide for a healthy communicative environment.