CivicPro | Track issues you care about in local government
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CivicPro is an online platform to track public meetings and legislation across cities. With over 100 municipal governments in South Florida, our goal is to provide you an easy-to-use roadmap of the issues you care about most.

 
 
 
 

 

OPEN PLAN

 
 

The Open Plan offers an easy to use tool to engage with the issues you care about in local government.

open plan features

  • One place to search and track issues you care about at the local level, everything from parks to public transit
     
  • Track items across local governments searchable by subject area and topic
     
  • Receive custom alerts of upcoming local government meetings related to your interests
 
 

 

ENTERPRISE PLAN

 

The Enterprise Plan is a premium, subscription-based service providing comprehensive information and sophisticated tools to professionals who interact with and are affected by local government.

Enterprise plan features

  • Unlimited searches by keyword with advanced search functionality
  • Legislative archives

  • Track lobbyist registrations across municipalities

  • Track amendments to city codes

  • And analytics on local legislative processes

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The Enterprise Plan will allow clients to quickly discover opportunities to advocate, generate new business, and close the gap with competitors.

  • Track the most relevant information in the least amount of time with the CivicPro Dashboard 

  • Acquire more business

  • Save time and money

 
 

 

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Track the issues that matter to you

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Transportation

Crime and Safety

Signage

Procurement

Environment

Zoning

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Housing

Education

Jobs

 

CivicPro offers solutions for:

 

Community organizations

Government staff

Land use and government relations firms

Policy analysts

 

News media

Urban planners

Engineering firms

Trade associations

Homeowners’ and condominium associations

 

Real-estate developers

Universities

Labor unions

Foundations

Lobbyists

...and more