Posted on: February 20, 2018

Join the Conversation with Let's Talk Parker

Let's Talk Parker

Do you care about the Parker community, but family, work and life obligations don’t leave you with much time to participate? If so, you’ll love Let's Talk Parker, our Town’s new online engagement tool, which went live Tuesday, Feb. 20.

This innovative new platform offers our residents another easy option for getting involved and providing feedback on Town projects and initiatives at a time that fits with their own personal schedule. The site can be accessed by logging on to www.LetsTalkParker.org or through the “Let’s Talk” button on the main page of the Town of Parker website at www.ParkerOnline.org.

“We understand that our residents are busy, and public meetings can be difficult to attend,” said Town Administrator Michelle 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.”

The first offering of its kind in Douglas County, Let’s Talk Parker will feature information about a wide variety of projects and initiatives, including potential public developments, plan updates, community enhancements and more. A quick platform sign-up will let you provide comments and suggestions and keep you in the loop about future updates for the projects you’re personally interested in.  

Be sure to check out this new tool and let us know what you think! If you have questions about the platform or would like to share any comments or concerns, please email Dannette Robberson at drobberson@parkeronline.org or call 303.841.0353.

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