City creates Public Participation and Engagement Strategy, invites community feedback

The City of Mt. Pleasant recognizes an educated, informed and engaged citizenry is essential to the present and future success of the community.

The Public Participation and Engagement Strategy was recently created to help community members better understand the opportunities available to them to obtain information and participate in the local government.

See the comprehensive strategy here. If you have questions or would like to provide feedback, please contact the Communications Department at

Community asked to provide feedback on City communication

The City of Mt. Pleasant is seeking community input through an online survey to measure the effectiveness of its current methods of communication with the public. Responses to the survey questions will help the City improve its efforts to ensure citizens are informed and involved.

“As technology and social media evolve, it is important we continuously evaluate how well our communication strategies are working,” said City Manager Nancy Ridley. “This feedback will help us determine the best ways to reach as many of our residents and property owners as possible,” said City Manager Nancy Ridley.

A link to the survey is available here. Hard copies of the survey can be found at the reception counters of City Hall (320 W. Broadway), the Division of Public Safety (804 E. High Street), and the Division of Public Works (1303 N. Franklin Street).

The survey closes July 1.