If you’re planning on having your next community meeting online, here are some tips for successful engagement.
One thing is for certain: community meetings as we know them just aren’t worth the risk during a public health crisis. So, what do we do to carry on this democratic process?
In most parts of the country, public meetings have stopped, but does that mean that community engagement has to stop too? We explore ways to continue community interactions in this new normal.
Karin Brandt reflects on creating a culture of elevating women in the workplace - and how that alone isn't enough to be a truly diverse and inclusive company.
Real estate teams are expected to be placemakers just as much as they are owners and operators. But how you do know what will draw people and create destinations out of developments?
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.