Achieving Meaningful and Equitable Community Engagement Outcomes in Hybrid Environment
About this Webinar
In the wake of the COVID pandemic, local governments throughout California have pivoted to online and hybrid public engagement approaches to address issues ranging from housing and budgeting to climate change and public safety. While many witnessed increased participation, the central question remains – how can public engagement help your agency build trust and develop equitable and sustainable public participation that meets your agency’s strategic goals in a hybrid or digital environment?
Join the Institute for Local Government, Bang The Table, Santa Clara Valley Water District, Marin County and the Town of Mammoth Lakes on Thursday, December 9, 11:00am – 12:30pm for an interactive webinar about strategic and outcome-driven public participation processes that lead to better engagement results and hear from your local government colleagues about their engagement journeys.
- Linh Hoang, Communications Manager, Santa Clara Valley Water District
- Sandra Moberly, Community and Economic Development Director, Town of Mammoth Lakes
- Jillian Nameth Zeiger, Senior Planner, Marin County
Moderated by Hanna Stelmakhovych, Program Manager, Institute for Local Government