Community culture allows people to learn how to understand other people’s culture, promote engagement in contacts with others and build strong, diverse communities. Community culture is a living expression of the culture of everyday life that can be learned and communicated informally from a human being to a human being. One of the concrete ways in which people bring art and culture into the local community is through cultural planning, through a community-wide process of vision building of cultural projects and development. Everyone help to create an inclusive and respect for the local communities and the environment. Many local authorities promote a culture of giving support to organizations that deal with different issues in the communities in which people live and work. The cultural planning process evaluates the current social culture and creates an implementation plan to achieve the vision of the local community.
Many communities are involved in cultural planning to help meet the needs and capabilities of members of the community by evaluating and using available cultural resources. To set certain goals related to building relations between cultures, understanding differences or building a diverse community, it helps to have a vision of the cultural community. Social practitioners of development need to understand how to work with individuals and influence community positions in the context of larger social institutions. Members of a community usually share a shared social, political, or spiritual vision and responsibilities and resources. Community culture helps people to turn their neighborhood, institutions and governments into fair, efficient and diverse communities.