Better Community Engagement in One Powerful Platform
Purpose-built for government agencies of all sizes, PublicInput is a powerful community engagement platform built to foster meaningful civic engagement. Defend decisions, be efficient, and build trust using a full suite of engagement tools designed to make engagement simple and accessible for you and your community.
What You Can Do with PublicInput
Take The Guesswork Out of Equitable Engagement
Civic engagement shouldn’t be an echo chamber. Track where, when, and how disadvantaged communities are engaging with equity mapping, a tool that maps participation data over government resources like Qualified Census Tracts. See what strategies work best to engage disadvantaged communities and use these insights to improve future engagement projects.
Give Every Resident An Equal Opportunity To Participate
With multiple formats for participation, organizations can now reach residents where they are via email, text message, online survey, or virtual public meetings.
Create content and surveys in multiple languages– and combine them with targeted social outreach to boost participation.
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Defend Decisions with Sound Data
PublicInput acts as a single source of truth for decision-making. Aggregate and analyze all of your input to show the who, what, when, where, and how of your civic engagement projects.
Close the feedback loop and keep residents updated on projects via emails or text messages. Share automatically-generated reports with staff and elected officials with just a few clicks.
Achieve Operational Efficiency and Expand Your Reach
Operational efficiency is more than just reducing waste in time, effort, and resources within your staff. It’s also about improving resident satisfaction. At PublicInput, we help you achieve efficiencies through standardization and automation– resulting in happier employees and citizens.
Government Agencies Are Building Trust Through PublicInput
“Since acquiring PublicInput, we have done well over 100 surveys, and we saw a major difference in the number of participants and of people willing to provide their feedback on any number of topics.”
— Valerie Myers, Media and Communications Coordinator, City of Virginia Beach, Virginia