ERBA Inc., lead community engagement deliberation sessions with diverse groups on numerous projects.
Clark Park Renewal Project
Residents wanted improvements and a new vision for Clark Park, an urban park in University City, located in Philadelphia, PA. ERBA, Inc. designed and conducted a tailored community engagement process to identify future improvements, challenges and aspirations for the park.
40th Street Business Corridor Forums Project
Residents, business owners, patrons and other stakeholders wanted a vibrant and dynamic corridor that welcomed visitors and attract new businesses to West Philadelphia. ERBA, Inc. applied targeted community engagement strategies based on urban design guidelines to help residents voice their wishes for needed improvements in the corridor.
52nd Street Train Station Revitalization Project Residents from the West Parkside community wanted to explore reopening the commuter rail station and what possible changes to the community, including to nearby playgrounds and parks, would result. ERBA created and conducted community engagement activities that helped residents envision future changes to the community.
Kimmel Center Public Spaces Project Supporters of the Kimmel Center in Philadelphia wanted to improve public spaces at the Kimmel Center. ERBA, Inc. used community engagement practices and design principles to lead deliberations on improving public spaces at the Kimmel.
Great Expectations Citizens Conversation Project Philadelphia residents from various sections of the city wanted to discuss problems with the city’s recreation centers, parks, budget, environment, municipal services, changing neighborhoods, and other issues. ERBA, Inc. applied community engagement practices to lead deliberations on many of these topics, including impacts to local recreation centers and parks.