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MAPD 2010 - Public participation in the electronic age

  1. 1. Public Participation in the New Information Age Daniel Fortier, Dennis Town Planner Presented to the MAPD Conference June 4, 2010
  2. 2. Traditional MethodsPress Release Hold Meeting
  3. 3. In recent years we have become the world of thesound-byte, and immediacy of news.
  4. 4. We have also become a more spread out society where traditionalcommunications no longer prevail.
  5. 5. Public Communication and Information is all aboutoptions. Newspapers, radio and TV are being supplanted.
  6. 6. Podcasts, Viral Video, Blogs are supplementing and supplanting traditional media. Stay Up to Date with APA Follow us on Facebook and Twitter
  7. 7. Advantages of the New Information Age  Information Available to the public 24/7  You get your message out  Find your audience where they are on their schedule  Improved service delivery  Widespread Collaboration
  8. 8. Information Available to the public 24/7
  9. 9. You get your message out
  10. 10. Find your audience where they are on their schedule
  11. 11. Improved service delivery
  12. 12. Widespread Collaboration
  13. 13. What’s Available?
  14. 14. Who is out there? Town of Brookline Planning & Community Development Department Follow us on Twitter- @brooklinemaA non-profit organizationrepresenting all downtownNew Bedford, MAstakeholders and dedicatedto making the heart of thecity an economicallyhealthy, welcoming, vibrantplace to work, live, andvisit.
  15. 15. Dennis Planning Department Blogging
  16. 16. File Sharing, Videos, Slideshows Surveys, Polls and whatnot
  17. 17. File Sharing, Videos, Slideshows Surveys, Polls and whatnot
  18. 18. File Sharing, Videos, Slideshows Surveys, Polls and whatnot
  19. 19. “As a rule, he -or she- who has the most information will have the greatest success in life.” Disraeli
  20. 20. “Information is a negotiators greatest weapon.” Victor KiamSo what are we waiting for?
  21. 21. Find this slide show at:http://www.slideshare.net/dennismaplanner
  22. 22. Public Participation in the New Computer AgeMAPD Annual ConferenceT Brovitz, The Cecil Group edJune 4, 2010 Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  23. 23. Public Participation in the New Computer AgeApplications in Strategic Planning, Revitalization and Urban Design Project Websites Community Surveys Blogs and Other Interactive Tools Visual Preference Surveys Photo Simulations Design Workshops Animations Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  24. 24. Public Participation in the New Computer Age Revitalization and Economic DevelopmentCost Effective Tools for Reaching a Broad Audience Websites for Downtowns and Business Parks Market Analysis - Business, Property Owner and Resident Surveys Marketing and Branding Programs Interactive Business Directories and Web Links Promotions and Events Development Incentives and Properties for Sale On-line Catalogs Email Blasts Blogs Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  25. 25. Interactive Business Directories and Website Links Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  26. 26. On-Line Marketing and Promotion Brochures Historic Tours and Maps Announcements Newsletter and Catalogs Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  27. 27. Branding On-LineCost Effective Means of Reaching Large Audience Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  28. 28. Branding On-LineTesting Ideas with Public Input Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  29. 29. On-Line Visual Preference Survey® West Concord Village Example VPS developed by Anton Nelessen Method of defining village character and desired design themes Over 300 images selected to demonstrate a range of design and development possibilities Photos are grouped into common categories Each photo ranked on a scale of -3 (Not Desired) to + 3 (Most Desired), with 0 being neutral. Zoomerang On-Line Survey Tool Ave. scores and standard deviation posted on- line Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  30. 30. On-Line Visual Preference Survey®Part 1 - Building Design, Density and Use Adaptive Reuse Building Design Building Scale & Height Neighborhoods/Residential Development Street EnclosurePart 2 - Building Frontage, Display and Signs Accessory Displays Facades Frontage Uses Signs and Awnings Window Display Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  31. 31. On-Line Visual Preference Survey®Part 3 - Gateway and Wayfinding Treatments Business Directories Directional Sign Systems Gateway Treatments Informational KiosksPart 4 – Parks, Open Spaces, Trails and Public Art Open Spaces Parks Public Art & Focal Points Trails Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  32. 32. On-Line Visual Preference Survey®Part 5 - Streetscape and Pedestrian Treatments Alleys Sidewalk Design & Uses Furnishings LandscapingPart 6 - Traffic Circulation and Parking Intersections Off-Street Parking On-Street Parking Road Design Traffic Calming/Intermodal Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  33. 33. Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  34. 34. Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  35. 35. VPS Results Posted On-Line Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  36. 36. VPS Results Posted On-Line Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  37. 37. Design Workshops and Charrettes New Electronic Tools Tablet Sketches Photo Simulations 3-D Visualization Animations Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  38. 38. Design WorkshopsTypical Concept Plan - Plan View Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  39. 39. Design WorkshopsPhotos Sketches with Tablets Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  40. 40. Design WorkshopsPhotos Sketches with Tablets Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  41. 41. Design WorkshopsPhotos Sketches with Tablets Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  42. 42. Design WorkshopsPhotos Sketches with Tablets Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  43. 43. Design WorkshopsPhotos Sketches with Tablets Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  44. 44. Photo Simulations - New and Infill DevelopmentExisting Conditions Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  45. 45. Photo Simulations - New and Infill DevelopmentProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  46. 46. Photo Simulations - New and Infill DevelopmentExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  47. 47. Photo Simulations - New and Infill DevelopmentProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  48. 48. Photo SimulationsBranding and SignageExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  49. 49. Photo SimulationsBranding and SignageProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  50. 50. Photo SimulationsBranding and SignageExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  51. 51. Photo SimulationsBranding and SignageProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  52. 52. Photo SimulationsMarketing and SignageExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  53. 53. Photo SimulationsMarketing and SignageProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  54. 54. Photo SimulationsStreetscape ImprovementsExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  55. 55. Photo SimulationsStreetscape ImprovementsProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  56. 56. Photo SimulationsStreetscape ImprovementsExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  57. 57. Photo SimulationsStreetscape ImprovementsProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  58. 58. Photo SimulationsStreetscape ImprovementsExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  59. 59. Photo SimulationsStreetscape ImprovementsProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  60. 60. Photo SimulationsFaçade Improvements/Adaptive ReuseExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  61. 61. Photo SimulationsFaçade Improvements/Adaptive ReuseProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  62. 62. Photo SimulationsFaçade ImprovementsExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  63. 63. Photo Simulations Façade ImprovementsProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  64. 64. Photo SimulationsFaçade ImprovementsExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  65. 65. Photo SimulationsFaçade ImprovementsProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  66. 66. Photo SimulationsFaçade Improvements Existing Proposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  67. 67. Photo SimulationsFaçade Improvements Existing Proposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  68. 68. Photo Simulations Waterfront EnhancementsExisting Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  69. 69. Photo Simulations Waterfront EnhancementsProposed Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  70. 70. Design Workshops - 3-D VisualizationsPerspective Views with Sketchup Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  71. 71. Design Workshops - 3-D VisualizationsPerspective Views with Sketchup Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  72. 72. Design Workshops - 3-D VisualizationsPerspective Views with Sketchup Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  73. 73. Design Workshops - 3-D VisualizationsPerspective Views with Sketchup Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  74. 74. Design Workshops - 3-D VisualizationsInfill Development and Streetscape Improvements Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  75. 75. Computer AnimationsTOD and TND Projects Public Participation in the New Computer Age/MAPD Conference – June 4, 2010
  76. 76. Public Participation inthe New Information Era Massachusetts Association of Planning Directors Annual Conference June 4, 2010 Gino Carlucci, AICP
  77. 77. Current Public Notification Methods Post Notice in Town Hall Place Legal Ad in Newspaper Mail Notice to Abutters Perhaps Post Notice on Web Site
  78. 78. Post Notice in Town Hall
  79. 79. Place Legal Ad in Newspaper New York Times Headlines10-27-08 Newspaper Circulation Continues to Decline Rapidly4-27-09 Fall in Newspaper Sales Accelerates to Pass 7%10-26-09 U.S. Newspaper Circulation Falls 10%4-26-10 Newspaper Circulation Falls Nearly 9%
  80. 80. Place Legal Ad in Newspaper Washington Post 10-27-09 "Newspapers have ceased to be a mass medium by any stretch of the imagination," Mutter said. According to his analysis, which includes the circulation of all 1,400 daily U.S. newspapers, only 13 percent of Americans, or about 39 million, now buy a daily newspaper, down from 31 percent in 1940. -- Alan D. Mutter, Reflections of a Newsosaur.
  81. 81. Mail Notice to Abutters$238 billion loss for U.S. mail; Saturday delivery may end CNNMoney.com 3-2-10
  82. 82. Perhaps Post Notice on Web Site
  83. 83. Meeting/Participation Issues Scheduling conflicts Remote participation -- Board members at meetings -- Public discussion Electronic Communication
  84. 84. Summary Today’s public participation methods are based on centuries-old technology New technology is available with the potential to greatly expand opportunities for participation We have barely begun to take advantage of new technologies

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