Participatory Planning, Design, & Public Policy
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Photo taken by Monique López during a participatory design workshop she led while working at Kounkuey Design Initiative.

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our Model

Values-Driven Social Enterprise

Pueblo, a values-driven social enterprise, is a participatory planning and design firm that provides professional services to government agencies, affordable housing developers, and community-based organizations (CBOs). As a social enterprise, our work with agencies subsidizes our work with CBOs so that we can provide low-cost technical support for community-driven plans, projects, and policy development. We focus our planning and design services on transit corridors, active transportation, parks and open space, and sustainability projects. We also assist in the development of advocacy campaigns, storytelling projects, public policy research, and provide technical assistance.

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OUR VALUES

Our Beliefs Shape Our Approach

Our work is rooted in a simple principle: The voices of residents should be respected as experts, and they should dictate the design of their community.

We understand that planning, design, and policy have historically embedded generations of structural racism in the built environment. We believe that these tools also have the potential to dismantle unjust systems and ensure a sustainable future, by investing resources equitably and providing opportunities for neighbors to plan their own neighborhoods.

We are deeply committed to social justice and incorporate an intersectional approach to planning by acknowledging the relationship between housing, transportation, public health and safety, and the environment.

 

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work with us

Are you interested in learning more about Pueblo and how to work with us? We want to hear from you. 

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Photo taken by Monique López during a community bike ride she led while working at Environmental Health Coalition.

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