You have the opportunity on this platform to view and comment upon the initial findings of the first large-group conference from the 18th and 19th of January, 2019. You can find these results on our homepage.
An examination of the interface between the city and its neighbourhoods is important to many civil-society organizations as well as to the city administration. Correspondingly, there is a large diversity of needs, expectations, and perspectives to respect and attend to. In order to bring together these various interests and to make their activities, needs, and standpoints apparent, this project is designed as an open and participatory process.
The goal of this participatory evaluation is to integrate the standpoints and needs of various interest groups and to present recommendations to the local and municipal councils concerning the future configuration of the interface between the city and its neighbourhoods.
The process is concerned not with the expansion or reduction of available city resources, but rather with the possible reorganization of resource allocation.
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The City of Zurich is in a state of flux. The population has grown significantly and continues to do so, increasing the diversity of the city, making neighbourhoods denser and creating entirely new ones. The main focus of this project is thus to ask the question: How could and should a modern system for the inclusion of local concerns and the promotion of lively neighbourhoods look, and how can that system best reflect the diversity of the city and its inhabitants?
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The City of Zurich is implementing an expansive participatory evaluation of the interface between Zurich and its neighbourhoods. Members of neighbourhood associations (Quartiervereine), other local organizations, and the city administration will be invited to participate in various public events to discuss the possibilities for collaboration between the city and its neighbourhoods. All interested persons also have the opportunity to use this platform to participate by commenting on the findings from the first large-group conference on the 18th and 19th of January, 2019.
The participatory process is comprised of two large group conferences, the online participation and the work sessions of the so-called investigative and development groups (Spurgruppe and Entwicklungsgruppe). All events, work sessions, and other parts of the process will be documented on the project website. The goal of these processes is to integrate the standpoints and needs of various interest groups and to present recommendations to the local and municipal councils (Stadtrat and Gemeinderat) concerning the future configuration of the interface between the city and its neighbourhoods.
The municipal and local councils will use these recommendations when deciding whether and in which regards the interface between the city and the inhabitants of the various neighbourhoods will be modified.