Examples of Civic Engagement Projects from Tallinn: From Green Mobility to Public Art Projects
Community Engagement in Parks and Recreation Planning
Urban residents rank accessible, safe, and fun recreational areas as a key amenity in their quality of life. Designing these kinds of spaces requires an understanding of what qualities of parks, trails, and natural areas attract people. Maptionnaire is an effective online platform for identifying existing strengths and potential opportunities for improving recreational areas.
With Maptionnaire Community Engagement Platform, you can communicate the planning process to the public, solicit residents’ input at all planning stages, and turn this feedback into actionable data.
Public input comes as geolocated data
Create map-based questionnaires to collect a wide range of qualitative and experiential data to understand the non-tangible and emotional connections residents have to their environment.
Optimized analysis and reporting
Save time and resources by analyzing engagement results, discovering trends and spatial patterns within specific demographics, and presenting the results as heat maps and graphs. Your resulting data can be exported for analysis in any other tool.
Enhanced transparency and public trust
Engage communities by offering meaningful opportunities to impact planning processes. For citizens, online community engagement is easy, fun, and inclusive.
Have a look at the most common processes where planners and city administrators use digital community engagement tools. You can also find our customers’ projects below.
Analyze current needs and wishes and solicit feedback about a plan with visual surveys and project pages
Engage with the public at all stages of your project with data collection tools, voting, and visualizations
Let the public decide on what art pieces appear in public areas
Crowdsource place-based memories and understand intangible features of a heritage site
Case Espoo: Discovering the Benefits of a Participatory Budgeting Process While Solving a Planning Conflict