Encinitas Builds Public Trust Improves Efficiency with OpenGov

It’s a story local civic leaders across the country know well. Public trust in government is at an all-time low, citizens are disengaged, and individuals with narrow agendas frequently dominate public meetings.

In Encinitas, a small coastal city located 26 miles north of San Diego, city leaders felt the disconnect and pursued a robust citizen engagement initiative to counter the trend. Learn how Encinitas’ financial transparency initiative:

  • Increased citizen engagement
  • Provided constituents, elected officials, and internal staff round-the-clock access to budget data
  • Equipped internal staff with the ability to access, analyze and share the city’s financial information

 

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