Town unveils new communication tool

LetsTalkParker is way of providing info, gathering input

Staff report
Posted 2/21/18

Parker residents have a new tool to help stay involved and informed with town happenings — www.LetsTalkParker.org. The town's new online engagement tool gives residents the opportunity to provide …

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Town unveils new communication tool

LetsTalkParker is way of providing info, gathering input

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Parker residents have a new tool to help stay involved and informed with town happenings — www.LetsTalkParker.org. The town's new online engagement tool gives residents the opportunity to provide feedback on town projects and initiatives from the comfort of their own homes, and on their own schedules.

The first of its kind in Douglas County, according to Michelle Kivela, town administrator, the site will feature information about a variety of projects and initiatives, including potential developments, plan updates and community enhancement. After signing up, residents will be able to provide comments and suggestions on projects they are interested in.

“We understand that our residents are busy and public meetings can be difficult to attend,” said Kivela. “The input of our residents is valuable and we need to provide new and innovative feedback tools to help them engage when it's convenient for them.

For questions about the platform, or to express comments or concerns, contact Dannette Robberson at 303-841-0353 or via email at drobberson@parkeronline.org.

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