The pandemic forced governments to make changes to how they conduct their public deliberations and engage residents. Today, most local jurisdictions, if not all, have returned to in-person meetings, and many continue to offer online or hybrid options to their conventional engagement practices.
To learn about this new era of digital government-citizen collaboration from the residents’ perspective, PublicInput, a provider of community engagement software, conducted a national survey to study the public’s preferences for digital public engagement with their local government. Key insights identified in the survey include:
You can access a recorded webinar and hear from three public engagement experts who break down findings from our latest survey report, Residents Weigh in on Post-Pandemic Community Engagement Preferences. They discuss what the data means for today’s public engagement practices and implications for future government-resident exchanges.This webinar also highlights an award-winning resident engagement success story from the city of Virginia Beach.
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