Our software empowers civic leaders to collaborate with residents in an accessible, participatory, and enjoyable way. We provide real-world design tools and a powerfully simple platform to engage people on the web. We have worked with hundreds of civic organizations in the United States, including city agencies, universities, foundations, and local non-profits.Learn More
Organizations start Projects by asking a question. We encourage organizers to engage people in public space and online.
Collect insights from workshops and public installations, SMS, Twitter, and on Neighborland. Map insights to specific places. All participant data is uploaded to your project website. Your project website will work on all mobile devices, tablets, and desktops.
"How can we make Central Market a safer, cleaner, more vibrant neighborhood?"
"How can we make Market Street a vibrant, more connected place?"
"What's your vision for the Turner Field Stadium Neighborhoods?"
Residents “me too” ideas to up-vote and subscribe to updates on that issue. They discuss and share insights on how to make ideas they support happen. You share events and message all your supporters during the key inflection points of your project
"We want new ways to improve the quality of the life of the homeless people in Central Market."
"We want Data Lanterns – a network of sculptural civic totems that reveal and illuminate layers of urban data on Market Street."
"We want a mix of retail, restaurants, shops, and entertainment at Turner Field."
We have sophisticated moderation, clustering, and de-duplication tools for organizers to aggregate all of the data from residents. Our reports make it easy for organizers to see trends in the data, make decisions, allocate resources, and keep participants involved in the fun part – making their neighborhoods better places.
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“Our mission is to empower residents to shape the development of their neighborhoods. As a company, we license our web-based platform at neighborland.com to civic organizations. We also provide a set of human-centered design tools to engage residents in public space and at community events. Our goal is to improve the way city agencies, local organizations, universities, and foundations collaborate with their stakeholders so that their projects reflect the desires of their communities.”