Local, state, provincial and federal governments around the world are getting more people involved in planning projects, city development and community consultations through online engagement. Bringing the conversation online, government organizations can broaden their audience for a more complete sampling of public opinion. By empowering residents with an easy and secure way to participate online, organizations build community capacity and improve democracy as a whole.
See how government organisations around the world are using the EngagementHQ platform to create a dedicated online space for community engagement.
Be part of the conversation on what we love about Brisbane and how we can make it better for the future.
Welcome to Let’s Talk Kamloops, the City of Kamloops’ online engagement site where you can contribute your ideas and feedback on City matters.
Welcome to Kingston: Let's talk. This site will help you find and participate in discussions and consultations that interest you in Kingston.
This is a platform where Council and the community can come together to discuss important projects, share visions and contribute to making Moonee Valley a great place to live, work, study and play.
Share your thoughts, shape your city. Follow and participate in engagement opportunities to help shape projects, policies and initiatives in your city.
A Decade of Digital Engagement
In the latest addition to its EngagementHQ platform, Blue Mountains City Council has created a dedicated space for young residents to have their say.
Kids Say launched in June as a permanent feature on Blue Mountains Have Your Say and is already proving popular on a platform that launched a decade ago.
Read stories from our government clients that highlight successful strategies and methodologies for digital first community engagement.
Lauren Mitchell, Engagement Manager at Bang the Table, analyses Engage Bayswater to provide tips and lessons for improving your online community engagement strategy.
Wellington City Council provided their community a ‘hands-on’ experience of balancing the realities of budget and service demands with EngagementHQ.
Kansas City, Missouri creates a diverse and inclusive engagement program based on community input submitted through the site’s interactive engagement tools.
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“We have noticed, over the last few years, the need for a deeper conversation – beyond likes and shares - about issues facing the city. Bang the Table provides the necessary tools. It’s conversational, timely, and easy-to-use."
"It means a lot when [residents] get to have input and see that your voice is being heard. What you have here really reflects what I hear in the community.”
"We love this product because it is easy to use, flexible and responsive, and it provides a wide range of tools for feedback, discussion, and analysis.”
Find a wealth of information, research and best practices to inspire your digital engagement program.
Community engagement is based on the democratic idea that everyone who is affected by an issue that impacts their community should have a say in the decision making around it.
A key component of success in the online engagement space is choosing the correct feedback tools and writing effective prompts.
Online community engagement brings more people to the table, and provides benefits for any organization with stakeholders, through major efficiencies and risk mitigation.
Inspire action. Deliver utility.