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City of Roseville Eliminates $10 Million Budget Shortfall Using Scientific Community Surveys
Facing a serious budget shortfall, Roseville wanted to know which services could be cut with the least impact to residents. With a series of short sci...
Town of Sudbury Gets More Representative Feedback to Guide ARPA Spending
The town of Sudbury wanted to understand the needs and priorities of the entire community, not just the self-selected and self-interested who typicall...
Inclusive engagement helps Middleton reach more residents and make informed decisions
The City of Middleton made resident engagement more inclusive, reaching diverse residents who typically did not participate. The representative commun...
15.5 Thousand USD
Resident Engagement Survey Leads City to Upgrade Water Infrastructure and Invest in Neighborhoods
Since 2012, the City of Clive, Iowa has used resident engagement surveys to guide city planning. The city’s investments in water infrastructure and su...
15.5 Thousand USD
City of Clive, Iowa
Placer County, CA
Placer County overcomes NIMBY opposition to lower cost housing
Like other counties, Placer County faced a housing shortage due to longstanding NIMBY opposition at meetings and online. Armed with real data showing ...
Resident feedback guides Bloomington to address budget shortfall, saving $390,000
Bloomington used an online community engagement platform to partner with residents in deciding how to address a $17 million budget shortfall brought o...
8.3 Thousand USD
Community Services Director