[SUCCESS] Celebrating This Year’s Public Engagement Success Stories

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Congratulations to all of the planners and public participation professionals who achieved outstanding public engagement this year! With MetroQuest surveys, you collected millions of data points to inform better transportation and urban plans to create better places for us to live, work, and play.

As we approach the holidays, we love to celebrate great engagement!

Let’s take a few minutes unwrap some of this year’s outstanding success stories with our friends Lorna, Ken, Michelle, and Jeffrey …

Lorna Parkins

Lorna & Ken at Micheal Baker Wowed Their Clients

Watch this 3-minute clip to share in the outstanding success our friends Lorna and Ken have achieved this year, going beyond public meetings to reach thousands of residents for their clients. “MetroQuest allows us to very efficiently and cost-effectively get a lot of input – big numbers! That’s good for us and it’s good for our clients,” Lorna, congratulations to you and your team!

Centralina COG Engages Over 8,350 Residents!

“We’ve really had robust engagement online. MetroQuest has been versatile for us and helped our communities to grow and prosper,” congratulations Michelle! Your team engaged over 8,350 residents and collected more than 91,950 data points. Play Michelle’s interview in this 3-minute video clip.


City of Peterborough Engages 3,800 Residents!

“The power of MetroQuest is the ability to get the representation of our population. On some of the surveys, we’ve had over 1,300 respondents. Getting that through just open houses is not possible,” congratulations Jeffrey! Your team collected meaningful input from 3,825 residents to inform your Official Plan update. Celebrate in Jeffrey’s success with this 2-minute clip.

You can explore many more success stories here. Happy holidays from your friends at MetroQuest!

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1 Comment

  1. Fred Schrader on December 30, 2018 at 10:52 pm

    Oh, thank you so much for this! We’re all getting flooded with bad news every day and it’s nice to hear some success stories leaving you a bit more optimistic for 2019. Thanks a lot!

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