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ECE WIG update, 12.20.21

  1. 1. Equitable Community Engagement WIG Update, December 20, 2021
  2. 2. Key Goals for Equitable Community Engagement (ECE) Build Public Support of ECE Promote ECE in the City Build Community Infrastructure for ECE
  3. 3. 1. Build Public Support of ECE The Why & The How Accomplished:  Organized 2 Our Community Stories: Youth Movements & McDougald Terrace  Presented at NC NAHRW monthly training  Restructured e-newsletter to focus Community Engagement Coming Up:  Our Community Stories:  Wheels Fun Park (1/28)  West End (2/25) Youth Movements McDougald Terrace
  4. 4. 2. Promote ECE in the City Consulting, Training, Tools Accomplished:  Consulted on City projects, including…  Comp. Plan  Better Bus Project  Durham Sports Commission  Training at monthly Engagement Coordination:  Youth engagement (OOY) cont’d– 23 staff  Language Access (Comm. Dept.) – 25 staff  Planned digital data collection pilot with community members and Transportation staff Coming Up:  Pilot digital data collection: community facilitations & sense-making  New engagement phases with BBP, Transit Plan, Comp. Plan  Equitable & Green Infrastructure engagement November Engagement Coordination: Staff from 12 departments, Durham County, and GoTriangle learned about Language Access
  5. 5. 3. Build Community Infrastructure for ECE Relationships, Training, Resources Accomplished:  Chose 3 new Community Partners (CP):  GRAB – Youth basketball league at Oxford Manor and nearby DHA  Sembrando Raices (w/ DPS Foundation) - Community garden with Latinx families  West End Legacy Project – Monthly events, support groups, hotline  CP Development Course with NCCU:  Completed objectives for all 12 classes  Clean NMG Audit  Received Welcoming America grant ($40K) Coming Up:  CP: Complete contracts, first payments, onboard  Promote and begin NCCU non-credit certificate course CP RFP Process ($90,000 to award): • 64 Interest Form sign-ups • 13 Proposals received • 12 Proposals eligible • 6 groups interviewed • 3 groups chosen
  6. 6. 3. Build Community Infrastructure for ECE Relationships, Training, Resources Engagement Highlights: Community Conversations: To Vax or Not to Vax? Public Safety (w/ PAC leaders) Safe and Healthy Holidays Building Stronger Neighborhoods: Durham One Call Stop the Bleed Train-the-Trainer w/ 30 staff PAC 3: Community Safety Dept. Virtual Financial Coaching (See photos for more) McDougald Terrace: EMS training w/ DFD, DPD, EMS Hoover Road: Pumpkin party w/ Cooperative Extension, DHA, DPD Variante Delta- Como Afecta Nuestro Cuerpo
  7. 7. Team Update  Racial Equity Manager presented Racial Equity Implementation Plan to NIS Management.  NIS Leadership meets monthly with Racial Equity Manager.  NIS Management Racial Equity Pilot: Leadership and Self- Deception book discussions
  8. 8. Thank You!
  9. 9. Equitable Community Engagement WIG Update, October 18, 2021
  10. 10. What are the top decisions the City will make this year? Top Decisions: 1. Annual Budget 2. CIP 3. Transit Plan 4. Comprehensive Plan 5. Aquatics Center 6. Belt Line 7. DHA Redevelopment 8. ? Goal: Focus Community Engagement efforts (e.g. consulting, assistance) on most impactful decisions. • Plan ahead with departments • Increase coordination / collaboration / data-sharing • Develop tools and trainings to assist (e.g. Blueprint Update)
  11. 11. Key Objectives for Equitable Community Engagement (ECE) Increase Understanding of ECE Build ECE in City Support Community for ECE
  12. 12. Increase Understanding of ECE (Share the Why & Lead the Way) Accomplished:  Organized 2 Our Community Stories: Emorywood Estates and Durham College  Organized 3.5 day training with 11 Army 91st Civil Affairs staff  Consulted with Arlington County staff Coming Up:  Our Community Stories:  Lincoln Hospital School of Nursing (10/29)  Youth Activism (Office on Youth takeover, 11/19)  Continue archiving work via website updates (DurhamCommunityEngagement.org) Provided "Mission Essential" community engagement training and experience before deployment to 5 African countries. (Right: Challenge coins)
  13. 13. Build ECE in City (Consult, Training, Tools) Accomplished:  Consulted on City projects:  Comp. Plan  Belt Line Trail  Equity in CIP  Training at monthly Engagement Coordination:  Hispanic / Latino engagement – 32 staff  Youth engagement (OOY) – 20 staff  Engagement Coordination meeting with 11 Directors  Presented Community Partners initiative during Midday Moments– 90 staff Coming Up: • Pilot digital data collection with Transportation Dept. • Monthly Engagement Coordination: Youth engagement cont’d (OOY) Office on Youth (OOY) shared pillars of engagement during monthly Engagement Coordination.
  14. 14. Support Community for ECE (Develop and resource Community Partners [CP]) Accomplished:  CP Development Course with NCCU:  Drafted MOU  Drafted course outline (12 classes, Jan. – June)  Completed FY21 CP reports & presentations  Received $200K from Transportation  Extended 3 - FY21 contracts ($110K) Coming Up:  Complete NCCU course outline & begin recruitment  Submit ARPA request for CP training funds  Complete RFP process to award remaining $90K Final Report from Fayetteville Street Corridor Fellows
  15. 15. Support Community for ECE (Build Relationships & Trust with Residents) Engagement Highlights: Community Conversation: COVID Variant National Crime Prevention Month Engagement locations included… Club Boulevard Hoover Road Northgate Park Oxford Manor Weaver St. (See photos for more) Homeless Outreach with DPD and Housing for New Hope G.I.R.L.S. Camp (w/ DPD PALs, DFD) Hispanic Heritage Month at Northgate Park
  16. 16. Team Update Immigration & Refugee Engagement Strategist expected to start early November
  17. 17. What are the top decisions the City will make this year? Top Decisions: 1. Annual Budget 2. CIP 3. Transit Plan 4. Comprehensive Plan 5. Aquatics Center 6. Belt Line 7. DHA Redevelopment 8. ? Goal: Focus Community Engagement efforts (e.g. consulting, assistance) on most impactful decisions. • Plan ahead with departments • Increase coordination / collaboration / data-sharing • Develop tools and trainings to assist (e.g. Blueprint Update)
  18. 18. Thank You!
  19. 19. Equitable Community Engagement WIG Update, August 23, 2021
  20. 20. Key Objectives for Equitable Community Engagement (ECE) Expand ECE Build ECE in City Support Community for ECE
  21. 21. Expand ECE (The Why & How) Accomplished:  Organized 2 Our Community Stories: Spring Reunion & Algonquin Club  Presented to Madison Parks & Rec  Found 33 references to ECE online, including National League of Cities Coming Up:  Our Community Stories: Emorywood Estates (Aug. 27)  ECE Presentations / Discussions:  Army – 91st Civil Affairs
  22. 22. Build ECE in City (Consult, Training, Tools) Accomplished:  Consulted on City projects:  Comp. Plan (Planning)  Belt Line Trail (GSD)  Equity in CIP & ARPA (BMS)  Composting Pilot (BMS & SWD)  Training at monthly Engagement Coordination:  Hybrid engagement  National Night Out & upcoming engagement  Staff directory Coming Up:  Developmental Assignment with BMS  Director to Director conversations  Plan for co-hosting trainings with Duke Comp. Plan Engagement Ambassador Recruitment Map: Community Engagement Team advised on specific locations and methods for the next phase of engagement.
  23. 23. Support Community for ECE (Resource Community-Led Engagement) Accomplished:  Juneteenth events held by Bragtown & Fayetteville Street Fellows  CP Development course with NCCU:  Hired co-facilitator  Created vision statement Coming Up:  FY21 CP reports & presentations  FY22 CP: Identify technical assistance, define on-call scope, extend contracts  Complete NCCU course outline & begin recruitment  Sept. 22 Midday Moments: Community Partners  Award Neighborhood Matching Grants Fayetteville Street Juneteenth at Hayti, 3pm-9pm 1,000+ participants / 22 vendors (making average of $800 ea.)
  24. 24. Support Community for ECE (Build Relationships & Trust with Residents) Engagement Highlights: National Night Out Community Conversation: Housing Assistance Engagement locations included… Club Blvd. Cornwallis Rd. Eastway Elementary Glenbrook Hillside Park Scattered Sites Southgate St. (See photos for more) G.I.R.L.S. Camp (w/ DPD PALs, DFD) Lots of school supply giveaways Tuesday in the Garden at Hoover Road (w/ DHA, DPD PALS, Durham CAN & more) African Dance & Drumming
  25. 25. Team Updates • Alexis John received National PAL award • New Outreach Coordinator, Building Community Equity program: Hallie Orr • Immigration & Refugee Engagement Strategist (posting closes Tues., 8/24)
  26. 26. We Need Your Help: City Management's continued commitment to ECE. • Additional resources ex: Funding for training (NCCU), technical assistance, special projects
  27. 27. Thank You! www.DurhamCommunityEngagement.org

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