San Francisco

Transcending Traditional Neighborhood Advocacy

Evening Forum

Photo by flickr user Matthew Rutledge

How can a city broaden community participation and create a more inclusive community engagement process? In 2016, the City of Seattle changed up its neighborhood outreach model to strive for a more equitable and accessible system. Join us to learn how Seattle is finding new ways of connecting with citizens and how similar programs could be successful in the Bay Area.

+ Kathy Nyland / Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
+ Candace Sue / San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency
+ Christine Johnson / SPUR
+ George Wooding / Coalition for San Francisco Neighborhoods

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