Neighborland empowers organizations to collaborate with residents on local issues. We provide real-world design tools and a web-based communication platform. Our goal is to improve the way local organizations, municipal leaders, and residents collaborate to make great ideas happen.
“Neighborland is providing the core technology for Public Square – a pilot project of Greenbelt Alliance aimed at creating thriving neighborhoods, towns, and cities. We've been working closely on both the street level and online strategy, and have received an exceptionally high level of service for our team. We hope to roll this project out to the greater Bay Area in the coming years.”View Project
“Neighborland was the epicenter of our event, capturing the voices of residents who want to see changes in Mid-Market. Our broad group of partners from the planning, government, CBO and business sectors brought all the stakeholders to the table around one central question, and turning Tweets into ideas was a clever way to cross-pollinate.”View Project
”Artplace’s GOOD Ideas for New Orleans was one of our most successful cities. We used Neighborland’s platform to prototype solutions to four of the cities’ most important challenges. The engagement and event were fantastic.”View Project
“Our mission is to empower people to take action on local issues. We founded Neighborland on a simple question: ‘How can we help people improve their neighborhoods?’ First, we built tools for residents to sketch their own ideas and share insights with their neighbors. Then we launched Questions, enabling organizers to engage with residents. We recently released Projects to enable citizens, community leaders, and municipal officials to share resources, plan events, and work together to make great ideas happen.”