Case Studies for Small Cities
Discover how these small cities benefit from online engagement to build community
The City of Penticton began engaging with their community online by asking the question "What Could Make Our Parks and Recreation Facilities and Programs Better in the Future?"
The Rural Municipality of St. Clements
Township of Hopewell
Hopewell Township launched their EngagementHQ site to get the community involved in mapping the location & condition of trees threatened by the Emerald Ash Borer pest invasion
Small Cities Case Studies
The City of Penticton BC
City of Aspen
The City of Aspen started engaging their community online in June 2016. Mitzi Rapkin, Community Relations Director, explained that their aim is to connect directly with more of the community.
St. Clements started using EngagementHQ to build community online in October 2016 for their ‘Let’s Talk Trash’ Project. They wanted to talk to as many people as possible.
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A simple way to gather community feedback & ideas directly onto a map
Still the best tool for transparent online community discussion, debate and dialogue
Get more people thinking laterally about your project with online ideation
Efficient online issues management handling to keep you off the phone
Simple online feedback. A moderated way to gather community feedback and ideas transparently.
Surveys are the familiar solution for gathering quantitative data fast
Gather digital stories from your community
The Polls tool encourages people to give a quick answer on one question
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