Community Building via Periodic "Inquiries" and "Implementations"
This solution addresses unfocused problem-solving that lacks a civic voice in Jacksonville, Florida for all residents of a given community
Problem DescriptionThis solution was created by the City of Jacksonville, Florida's Community Council (JCCI) as an attempt to take on a new civic engagement strategy all the while better understanding and solving some of the city's pressing issues. The specific JCCI programs that this solution documents are the "Inquiry" and "Implementation" programs. These were established as task forces that would bring in diverse volunteer experts to focus intensely on just one problem, and then implement solutions.
The Inquiry and Implementation model fostered by the JCCI has gained global notoriety by urban planners for its targeted effectiveness. To date, over 70 inquiries have been made. The program continues to run, with multiple inquiries occurring at any given time.
- Implementation Reports
JCCI's library of Implementation Reports from over the years
- Current Inquiries
A collection of studies from the current lineup of JCCI inquiries
- Steve Rankin, Jacksonville Community Council Inc.
Solution StageOne of the 7 stages of an innovation. Learn more
|STAGE||SPECIALIST SKILLS REQUIRED||EXAMPLE ACTIVITIES||RISK LEVEL AND HANDLING||FINANCE REQUIRED||KINDS OF EVIDENCE GENERATED||GOAL|
|Growing scaling and spreading6||Strong leadership, management, implementation skills|
|Evidence derived from evaluations in multiple sites, and independently run randomised control trials||Innovation or impact at scale|