Discussion and Talk: Putting the Public in Public Planning
Tuesday | August 22, 2017 | 12:30 pm
SPUR Urban Center San Francisco | 654 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
If public agencies are going to spend millions of dollars on projects, it’s worthwhile to have an early sense of what’s going to be accepted by voters. What is the best way to make these predictions, short of a crystal ball? By incorporating public affairs tools (such as those often used to oppose projects) to conduct research and better explain their ideas, planners can be ready for the public process. Come learn how to make public opinion work for you.
+ David Latterman / Fall Line Analytics
+ Katie DeLeuw / EnviroIssues