We're celebrating our fifth year on Government Technology's GovTech100 list. We're listed alongside other civic tech innovators transforming how government works.
We're pausing to look back at what our customers accomplished on coUrbanize in 2019 (hint: it's a pretty big deal).
There’s a slimmer margin of error than ever before for getting development right in the eyes of the community. So what's on community members' new wish lists for development?
Check out 10 types of updates you can use on your coUrbanize project page to keep the community engaged and informed.
Community outreach that's purely meeting-based leaves community members, who often benefit the most from development, under-represented.
These developers and planners are making it look easy by rallying positive and constructive feedback from neighbors without breaking a sweat.
Jennifer Bradley of the Aspen Institute sat down with coUrbanize's CEO to talk about how civic engagement can inform the planning and development process...if you do it right.
Why is information about real estate development projects so hard to find? Because developers are making it difficult. But they shouldn't be. Here's why.