The city is asking for your input and best ideas for our future. Please communicate your thoughts to them.
On the City Council Action Plan. Submit Your Form The City Council's collective vision for Escondido's future and the key activities that will be used to achieve that vision. It is developed every two years following a workshop where key policy interests are identified and discussed by the City Council and City Staff.Please be sure to use this opportunity to let your leaders know what you value! Fill out this form to let the city know your thoughts! Submit Your Form You can also contact your Councilmember by clicking here.
Please support our requests. We will ask
- the city to require the developer of Oak Creek Development to reexamine the stormwater and transportation aspects of the project to reduce oak tree loss and stormwater flooding!
- city should stop annexations that increase fire risks, worsen traffic, impact the climate, cause habitat losses.
- city should partner with state and County to take more action on the Chatham Barrel Yard remediation!
This is a great opportunity! Please exercise your rights! As the last flood showed so clearly, (and the tens of thousands of dollars we have to spend fixing our bridge) demonstrates very clearly, even if you are in the sphere of influence and not the city direct, what they do impacts us greatly so please comment.
All residents are also invited to attend the City of Escondido will be holding two community workshops in March and June:
- The first will be on Wednesday, March 6 at the East Valley Community Center, Vineyard Room, at 6 p.m., regarding how the City develops the annual Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program and Budget. This meeting will provide an overview of what is included in these budgets and how the information directly affects the community.
- The meeting on June 3 will be at the Escondido City Library, Turrentine Room, at 6 p.m. and will provide an overview of the preliminary budget documents for fiscal year 2019/2020.
Read more: http://escondidoneighborsunited.blogspot.com/2019/02/escondido-wants-to-hear-from-you-great.html