The City of Reno, NV has done a great job on their site engaging the public through their website. Their #thinkreno campaign brought residents together to generate ideas for the strategic planning of the city. Check out their site for more ideas, but see an overview of their "Get Involved" section below.
So what exactly is community engagement? Community engagement is the act of you and your neighbors constructively sharing ideas and valuable feedback about our community. Community engagement is a vital part of the democratic process and is essential to evolving our community.
Be the change you want to see in the #biggestlittlecity and get involved by engaging across the following platforms:
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Council unanimously approved staff’s recommendation and adopted the Resolution to reinstate Neighborhood Advisory Boards (NABs). First NAB meetings set to start in early July 2015.
This is a free, annual program that lasts for eight weeks. You'll learn all about city government and the services we provide. You’ll meet department leaders, visit City facilities like fire stations, the Regional Emergency Operations Center and the Public Works Corporation Yard. You may even get to meet one of our hard working four legged officers.
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