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Our latest case study
Creating Community Connections in Cheshire West and Chester Council
Discover how Cheshire West & Chester Borough Council chose their civic engagement software, how they are using it, and the unexpected ways it ended up creating community connections.
Take a deep dive into the approaches that Maribyrnong City Council used for their local facilities community plan, including their pioneering use of the interactive PDF tool, Konveio.
Dan Popping, Engagement Manager and Practice Lead at Bang the Table, takes a look at the annual review process of Bayside Council, as well as their engagement successes.
Kansas City, Missouri creates a diverse and inclusive engagement program designed to build from one phase to another based on community input submitted through the site’s interactive engagement tools.
“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.”
“One of the things I love about working with you guys, apart from how awesome the platform is, AND how helpful you are, is that you listen and are responsive.”
“EngagementHQ has been a hit in our community, helping to turn innovative ideas into reality!”
Tune in to a discussion around preparation, implementation, fears, and successes when ‘doing’ public engagement through an anti-racist lens.
Tune in to this panel discussion to learn from leaders working to bring indigenous engagement to the forefront of their organizations.
City of Stillwater, Oklahoma invites residents to understand and participate in local budgeting during the economic downturn from COVID-19.
Our clients are making headlines for their best practice approach to digital engagement.
We couldn’t be more proud of the work they’re doing.
Grenfell Campus faculty and graduate students use Bang the Table to engage with forest-based industries.
New website encourages feedback from residents; 'This is very much a shift in how the township does business,' says CAO.
City of Powell River launched its new public engagement platform, Participate Powell River, on Friday, November 1. By means of multiple tools, including surveys, polls, forums, stories, questions, places and...
The City of Peterborough has launched a new online community engagement space to allow residents to share their ideas and opinions on municipal projects...
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. — Coffee and food concessions, improved lighting, a paved parking lot, a skating loop and a trail to Kilbride. Those were the Top 5 ideas to improve Bowring Park...
Its primary objective is to provide an additional, convenient way for people to learn about and get involved with the work the city does.
The Town of Cobourg’s community services division is asking for community input on the east pier, a project identified by the Waterfront User Needs Assessment and Detailed Design.
The best participatory democratic government comes when citizens actually participate. From low voting turnout in elections to slim attendance at local government meetings, Americans are, by and large...
Kawartha Lakes – It’s your turn to jump in! Kawartha Lakes residents are invited to get involved in shaping the municipality using a new online engagement tool.
For the next four months, TransLink will be asking those who live and work in Metro Vancouver for their ideas for how the region’s transportation system should be developed over the next 30 years.
The City of Longmont recently launched Engage Longmont, a new website for community members to share input and discover community projects and programs. Engage Longmont was created to provide...
Cambridge's residents are making their case for a cleaner, less crowded city centre by moving the Drummer Street bus station. The "ugly and inefficient" hub was put forward as one of the key things...
King Township has launched an online engagement platform to help residents make their voices heard. The online site called SPEAKING is designed to provide an easy channel for King residents to contribute ideas.
The City of Kamloops has launched a new website it is testing to engage with residents. “From potholes to pools to playgrounds,” City of Kamloops communications manager Wendy Heshka said.
Broomfield officials are taking steps to introduce a new way for residents to engage directly with city council members. At a study session May 15, a software product called "Bang The Table" was suggested.
The NSW Government Architect has released the first of three Place Reports that will make up the Urban Design and Implementation Framework (UDIF) for Gosford City.
Odds of hitting a home run may be slim, but with millions of dollars at stake Port Alberni will step up to the plate for a federal innovation contest called the Smart Cities Challenge.
Keeping up with the City of Gilroy just became a few clicks easier. On March 23 the city launched “Your Voice,” a new community engagement site designed to keep Gilroyans engaged in projects that affect the city.
Parents/guardians with children in the Halton District School Board, students, staff and Halton community members are invited to complete a survey. The Have Your Say survey will provide...
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE – The town has just launched a new online engagement platform called “Join the Conversation”, an online space that allows users to follow along and contribute their ideas.
I just did my little part to preserve Austin’s history. I added a bar to a map. It’s not just any map - it’s an online interactive that’s helping the Downtown Austin Alliance engage with folks.
Civic election candidates are bringing new solutions to the table when it comes to Edmonton residents feeling cut out of decisions made by city hall.