Creating comprehensive plans is one of many responsibilities local governments are tasked with. Involving residents and stakeholders in reviewing, assessing, and even co-creating plans can improve them and help you prioritize competing needs. But to create a plan that’s reflective of your community’s needs and win their support, you’ll have to make them care. And the only way to do that is by breaking down your plan into smaller, more manageable, and more engaging pieces.
In this guide you'll find:
Why it is important to receive community feedback
How to set yourself for success
How to break down your project and encourage engagement
How to build community engagement into your planning processes