Successful and meaningful community engagement is dependent upon providing multiple opportunities for people to share their perspectives and aspirations.
Interested volunteers stay informed and engaged throughout the entire project process.
Stakeholder Interviews and Focus Groups
Small-group meetings bring together people with similar interests, knowledge, or history.
Passionate partners and local experts to engage greater numbers of people and target key demographic groups.
A combination of online tools and printed material to reach as many people as possible at their convenience.
Real-time, two-way interaction that encourages participation, self-expression, and investment.
On-the-go tools to be shared with and used by Community Ambassadors that mimic the activities and materials presented at workshops.
Real-time information sharing that promotes conversation and coordination among community members as well as with community leaders.
A one-stop shop for the latest facts, figures, and project progress updates.
In-person, highly interactive, hands-on visual exercise where community members draw, design, build, and shape the future of their built environment.
Public Meetings and Adoption Hearings
Presentation and receiving direction at regularly-scheduled public meetings of the Planning Board or Council/Board of Commissioners.