Tuesdays at APA
Join APA in Washington, D.C., each month for this after-work lecture and discussion series.
- Open to APA members and nonmembers
- Held at APA’s Washington, D.C., office
- Given by practicing planners, researchers, and professionals from allied fields
- Focused on innovative ideas and concepts, or project presentations
Join in-person or access podcasts from past Tuesdays at APA programs.
Get Social: Tips for How Public Agencies Can Engage the Community on Social Media
October 18, 2016 • 5:30 p.m. ET
It’s now more important than ever that public agencies make use of social platforms like Twitter to engage their communities, customers, and stakeholders. When used correctly, comments shared directly through social media can provide public agencies with valuable and honest real-time feedback, direction, and hints to areas of untapped opportunity.
Join us in APA's Washington, D.C., office as we honor National Community Planning Month and the necessity of engaging the public, elected officials, and key leaders in discussions that shape the future of our cities.
Learn how two local DMV agencies — DC Water and Arlington County Department of Community Planning, Housing and Development — are leveraging social media channels to engage the public and key local leaders in their planning and implementation processes.
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