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    City of West Hollywood Launches Engage WeHo Digital Platform

    The City of West Hollywood has launched Engage WeHo, a newly developed digital platform designed to foster meaningful and accessible community participation in City projects, discussions, and policies.

    “One of the City of West Hollywood’s core values is Responsiveness to the Public and the City maintains a deep commitment to community engagement,” said City of West Hollywood Mayor Sepi Shyne. “The City is continuously working to create new and innovative ways for West Hollywood’s community members to learn about City initiatives and provide feedback. Engage WeHo is an exciting next step. Our hope is that this tool will help make feedback and participation easier.”

    Engage WeHo is powered by Social Pinpoint, which helps cities across the nation to connect the voices of community stakeholders with local decision-making. In its launch phase, Engage WeHo will feature projects and initiatives that relate to Long Range Planning, Housing Policy, Mobility Planning, and the West Hollywood Strategic Plan. In early 2024, the City will build upon this with additional projects and initiatives of community interest.

    The City’s goal is to provide simple and impactful ways for the community to share ideas and get involved. Engage WeHo will help to organize feedback from residents and business community members in West Hollywood to ensure that more people are engaged and that more perspectives shape the future of the City.

    Engage WeHo is part of the City’s ongoing communications and community engagement efforts, which are focused on a community-centered communications model. As digital communications technologies continuously evolve, the City regularly embraces opportunities to employ these technologies as a way of better connecting with community members, while continuing to use traditional methods where they are effective. As part of getting the word out about Engage WeHo, the City will deploy a social media effort, distribute QR-code cards, and post transit shelter graphics and kiosk displays.

    For details and to learn more, please visit engage.weho.org.

    For more information about Engage WeHo, please contact Erin Taylor, the City of West Hollywood’s Media and Marketing Manager at (323) 848-6523 or at [email protected], or Jayce Simpson, the City of West Hollywood’s Digital Media Officer at [email protected] or at (323) 848-6402.

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    George A Murphy
    George A Murphy
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    2 months ago

    The ZTA modification seeks to impose length-of-lease restrictions on everyone. This an overreach of (and an intrusion upon) a citizen’s right to manage his or her property. Such moves and restrictions are better decided by those affected such
    as local condominium boards, not by city agents unaware of individual cases.

    Enough!
    Enough!
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    3 months ago

    The council doesn’t listen to the majority when they speak up at council’s meetings but now this magic app will all of a sudden make a difference…please. They have their own agenda and they shove whatever they want to do down our throats to further their political careers.

    Weho artist
    Weho artist
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    3 months ago

    “The majority” You have been deluded by Larry Block’s blog. You do not represent the majority. Sorry!

    Enough!
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    Reply to  Weho artist
    3 months ago

    If you bothered to attend any council meetings you would see and hear that more times than not, the majority are typically ignored by the council in favor of their own agenda. Your obsession with Larry Block and his local blog is not palatable.

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