Public Affairs Firm Clients: Government Relations & Communications

​​A strong communications strategy is essential for a local government to effectively serve its constituents. Not only do leaders and municipality staff need to be in constant communication with each other, but they must also effectively communicate with residents and other community members.  FCP has provided cities, counties, and special districts with strategic and tactical public relations for over two decades. If you’re looking for digital services or municipal public relations strategy assistance, consider FCP.

Custom Government Public Relations Strategy

As one of the leading marketing and public relations firms in the Bay Area, we know that understanding public sentiment is key when planning a PR strategy. That’s why we’ve developed and honed tactics that meet our client’s needs over the course of two decades. Services we offer for local government clients include:

For a full list of our local government PR services, click here.

Alameda County

California Department of Social Services

Contra Costa County

Sonoma County

Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority

Our Local Government PR Clients

  • Alameda County Community Development Agency
  • Alameda County Health Care Services Agency
  • Alameda County Human Impact Budget
  • Alameda County Joy and Justice
  • Alameda County Office of Dental Health
  • Alameda County Public Health Department
  • Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley
  • Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan
  • ALL IN Alameda County
  • California Department of Social Services
  • City of Oakland Human Services Department
  • City of Oakland Rain Barrel Project
  • City of San Leandro Recreation and Human Services Department
  • Contra Costa County Health Services
  • County of San Mateo Parks Department
  • County of Sonoma
  • Downtown Hayward Improvement Association
  • Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority
  • The Coliseum Authority

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