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The Delaware Complete Communities Planning Toolbox's submission and winner of the 2019 #CityHallSelfie Day Best Wrap Up Video Award.
The Institute for Public Administrations Delaware Complete Communities Planning Toolbox has received national recognition for its work showcasing Delaware local governments celebrating City Hall Selfie Day.
City Hall Selfie Day, a social media initiative kickstarted by the nonprofit Engaging Local Government Leaders (ELGL), is a day to both recognize and celebrate local governments. On August 15, government workers at the local, state, and federal levelalong with citizens, visitors, and local government aficionados across the worldwere encouraged to snap a selfie in front of a government building in their community.
To encourage participation, ELGLa national organization with a localized mission to engage and support small governmentsdivvies out over 20 awards to those who use the hashtag #CityHallSelfie on social media.
The Complete Communities Toolbox advertised the event across social media and invited officials to share a photo in celebration of local governments. From there, Summer Public Policy Fellow Allison Michalowski compiled the slew of selfies to create a wrap-up video of City Hall Selfie Day across Delaware. In turn, the Delaware wrap-up video took home first place in ELGLs Best #CityHallSelfie Day Wrap-Up Video category.
The winning video showcased selfies from across the state, including photos of enthusiastic officials from the Cities of Dover, Harrington, and Newark and the Towns of Blades, Middletown, Ocean View, and Smyrna.
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A complete community promotes healthy lifestyles, economic growth, and sustainability through an integrated approach to transportation, land use, and community design. The Institute for Public Administrations online Delaware Complete Communities Planning Toolbox is a resource for community leaders and local government officials to utilize planning approaches, community-design tools, public engagement strategies, and visual tools. Toolbox content is created in partnership with Delaware state agencies, including the Delaware Department of Transportation, the Delaware State Housing Authority, and the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services Division of Public Health.
The University of Delawares Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development and the education of tomorrow's leaders.
Article by Chris Kelley.
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