Writing For and About Public Spaces and Places

Carol Morency strives to inform users, customers, residents, and vendors about the news and benefits of local public services such as libraries, park districts, and cities to residents, members, and taxpayers.

She explains, informs, and enlightens audiences about services and amenities such as transportation, public works, finance, recreation, education, and quality-of-life issues.

Carol Morency hopes to be a trusted and respected source for content that  accurately, thoroughly, and easily explains the topics facing municipal governments and other local service providers. She aims to create content that speaks to what service providers need to communicate but also to what stakeholders need to hear in order to make the highest and best use of the commons.

Carol Morency has twenty years of experience communicating news and benefits of local public services such as libraries, park districts, and cities to residents, members, and taxpayers.

She is especially proud when she can highlight the efforts and experiences of the professionals who keep our cities, parks, libraries, and museums running.

Her skills include:

  • communications planning and content development for both daily operations as well as special campaigns and service upgrades
  • web site and social media strategy and management; and
  • news and feature writing.