Summary: Creation of the Neighborhood Improvement Plan
- Public Involvement Plan – Work with the project team to create a Public Involvement Plan.
- Work with the project team to create a comprehensive public involvement plan, including all strategic and tactical elements.
- Project Communications – Employ multiple project marketing methods in order to broadcast the most recent project information to as many of the targeted stakeholders as possible.
- Demographic Study – Conduct a demographic study to appropriately identify each of the audiences who would bring a diversity of interests,cultures and backgrounds to the advisory committees.
- Public Workshops – Support project team in logistical coordination for public workshops. Create support materials including handouts, comment sheets, invitation, press releases, required FDOT notification documents, etc.
- Comment Documentation – Provided complete documentation of all written and verbal comments, analysis of meeting attendance , summary of meeting as well as provided meeting materials.
Pinestead-Longleaf Neighborhood Improvement Plan, Escambia County: EPR was the public involvement coordinator for the Pinestead-Longleaf Neighborhood Improvement project, in Escambia County Florida. The Neighborhood Improvement Plan was EPR was charged with developing and guiding the public information process throughout the project. Bringing neighborhood residents and corporate residents together, to consensus, was an important role that EPR played throughout the project’s duration. Specific tasks included the development and facilitation of a Neighborhood Advisory Committee to guide the project development process and foster consensus on design options plan. Other tasks included the creation of a database of project stakeholders, development of collateral materials such as meeting documentation and fact sheets, and organization of over twelve (12) public meetings, workshops or one on one meeting.
North “W” Street