Author: Sarah Henricks

App for That! Five Ways to Reinvent Your Citizen Experience

Guest post, brought to you by CitySourced CitySourced (LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook) is an enterprise platform that provides governments with a complete native mobile app for residents to communicate with every department of their community: Mobile | Web | 311 | CRM. Citizens are central to your government’s mission and operations, and so whether you call it customer experience or … Continued

Growing Public Participation

Bang the Table Engagement Specialist Billy Trakas shares strategies to increase your agency’s public participation by implementing inclusive engagement strategies. Inclusive Engagement – Why Knowing Your Audience Matters Ask any public speaker the first thing they do when preparing a presentation and they’ll tell you “figure out who the audience is.” Only then can they develop relevant … Continued

Sustainability Series: Using Sonic Tomography to Map Tree Health

The Sustainability Series is focused on natural resources and land use management and is brought to you by Dudek, a California-based environmental firm with 400+ planners, scientists, civil engineers, and contractors. By: Christopher Kallstrand, Project Manager and Urban Forestry Specialist Drought and pests, as well as tissue and root damage, put many trees at risk for … Continued

Sustainability Series: Hidden Habitat Implications of California’s Dry Weather

ELGL presents a new series focused on natural resources and land use management. Dudek, a California-based environmental firm with 400+ planners, scientists, civil engineers, and contractors, will author the series which is creatively titled the Sustainability Series (until someone comes up with something more clever)! Dudek assists private and public clients on a broad range of … Continued

App for That! Multi-Channel ROI, Benefits, and Cost Savings

There’s an App for That! by City SourcedCitySourced is an enterprise platform for local and state government that was founded in 2008. It began as a best of breed service request solution (311, report a pothole, graffiti etc.) but has evolved to focus more broadly on providing governments with a complete native mobile app for … Continued

Building Trust to Engage Your Community

In this post, Bang the Table‘s Engagement Manager, Casey Earp, explains how to merge hi-tech and low-tech engagement. Today, more than ever, the politically charged environment in America creates challenges for governments at all levels to find ways to build rapport with the communities they serve. Although the visceral discourse and divide is most visible at … Continued

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