Online community engagement represents a way of broadening audiences, of building community capacity and of making engagement work. It involves connections with community residents and delivers new ways to understand, visualize and analyze the nature and scale of many of the most pressing challenges and new opportunities presented to local governments. EngagementHQ is the leading online community engagement platform, used by over 750 organizations worldwide. See what sets EngagementHQ apart.
If you only have access to a hammer, you’ll always use a hammer. EngagementHQ gives you an entire toolbox. Our suite of listening, information, analysis, reporting, and relationship management features enable you to mix and match precisely the right online tools for your community engagement objectives.
Reach, inform, and involve residents in policy development and decisions that affect their lives. The combination of EngagementHQ and EngagementIQ is, quite simply, the most powerful end-to-end online participation solution on the market.
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Grow and foster meaningful exchange and better connections.
Define, measure, and achieve targeted outcomes, project by project.
Share the important information your community needs to engage.
This Colorado town knew that to increase engagement they needed to think outside the box. Tune in to this podcast to hear about Parker’s journey into online engagement, how Let’s Talk Parker is helping cultivate a more informed and engaged community, and the positive impact it’s having on town decisions and direction.
Whether you are new to community engagement or you want to improve your knowledge and skills, check out one or more of the resources we offer in relation to online community engagement, its potential, and its challenges.
“The OurCity platform has provided us an opportunity to extend our in-person engagement online. We appreciate that the platform is modeled after the International Association for Public Participation principles and provides various engagement tools for each level of the Public Engagement Spectrum for seamless integration.”
Amanda King, Communications Director, City of Fort Collins
“We recognize that the majority of the community is unable to attend public meetings. We’re bringing the meeting to them with the help of Bang the Table. ‘Why Wednesday’ is our version of ‘Ask Me Anything’ which allows us to address the big and little questions that community members have about Tigard.”
Kent Wyatt, Tigard, OR
“EngagementHQ has been a hit in our community, helping to turn innovative ideas into reality!”
Dannette Robberson, Assistant City Manager, City of Parker
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