Hoylake Vision was ready to launch – engagement panels were designed, materials were ready to go and the team at PLACED were about to start their face-to-face engagement… and then they couldn’t. Social Pinpoint allowed PLACED to continue the conversation.
In partnership with local councils, the Parks for People program is an ambitious initiative to set a new benchmark for high-quality open spaces that will in turn be legacy spaces for future generations.
Mara was able to pivot their traditional hybrid community engagement strategies to only online with the support of Social Pinpoint to ensure communities had an accessible two-way communications platform.
The City of Mound and Hoisington Koegler Group inc. (HKGI), utilized Social Pinpoint to seek input from the community on how to improve the City’s recreational system and parks. Social Pinpoint gave The City of Mound an easy-to-access place to interact with their community.
To keep up with Melbourne’s rapid population growth in the outer suburbs, the outer suburban arterial road network required upgrades to improve safety, travel times, and reliability and provide better access to employment centres, freight hubs and recreation spaces.
Having to quickly pivot to online engagement in 2020, Shape Urban worked with Western Australia’s Department of Transport to connect with key stakeholders in the development of the Hillarys Boat Harbour Master Plan via Social Pinpoint.
In order to update the Lake Byllesby Regional Park Master Plan, Dakota County needed to find a way to engage with a large proportion of local residents and have a platform to easily manage and analyze their data.
Confluence worked together with the City of Duluth and the Cyclists of Gitchee Gumee Shores (COGGS) to connect and maintain the Duluth Traverse Trail. It will be the first 100-mile trail system of its kind, wholly within an urban environment.
Lake Macquarie City Council created the “Shape Your Future”campaign, one of its most comprehensive engagement programs to date. The project ran over six months and led to the creation of a new City Vision and set of community values.
The NSW (Australia) Government is developing a state-wide koala strategy, and has called on local communities to assist by documenting recent sightings, threats to koalas, ‘hot spots’ for road injury and conservation ideas.