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Zone 5

CivicMic Services for the County of Santa Cruz: Zone 5

CivicMic works with the County of Santa Cruz to facilitate community outreach and public engagement for the Zone 5 stormwater drainage program. Please visit CivicMic often as additional information will be posted. In the meantime, please use the “Share this:” buttons below to share this announcement with your neighbors. Zone 5 Boundary Map Want to receive updates? Subscribe to receive updates via email and get our free publications! Click Here to Subscribe Looking for more information? Click the button to visit our main page for this project. Santa Cruz County Main Page

Smith Ranch and Kolob Estates Meeting

How to Join the Smith Ranch and Kolob Estates Meeting

In this post, CivicMic shares instructions on how to download the Zoom app and join the Smith Ranch and Kolob Estates meeting. The City of Fairfield and CivicMic are hosting the community meeting for Fairfield LLMDs No. 5 and 8, virtually, via (Zoom) and telephone, on Tuesday, October 11, at 6:00 PM (PST) to discuss the budget shortfalls for both LLMDs, funding solutions, and the 218 process. Please RSVP for the meeting using this link. If you haven’t yet, please also take the survey about your district by clicking here. Telephone and Zoom meeting login information will also be posted …

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Phillips Ranch Public Engagement

Phillips Ranch Public Engagement Process

CivicMic is working with the City of Pomona (the “City”) to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for the Phillips Ranch community. In this post, CivicMic shares the Phillips Ranch public engagement process that has been developed to connect with and empower residents in the Phillips Ranch community. Website and Social Media CivicMic has created a dedicated webpage for the Phillips Ranch community, where you can learn about the district, district history, services, proposed changes, and more. The website also features a project timeline, community participation web map, data center, and latest news section. You can subscribe to receive …

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Kolob Estates Survey

Smith Ranch and Kolob Estates Survey

In this post, CivicMic shares the Smith Ranch (“Rancho Solano”) and Kolob Estates survey for LLMDs No. 5 & 8. The City annually levies and collects assessments to maintain certain landscaping services and improvements to the communities of Smith Ranch LLMD No. 5 and Kolob Estates LLMD No. 8. To see if your address is within any of the LLMD’s boundaries and also see your assessment amount click here. The cost of maintenance has continued to increase over the last few years, while the annual maximum assessment rates have remained the same and are no longer generating sufficient revenue to …

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DSMA Open House

DSMA Open House – September 22, 2022

Don’t miss this opportunity to provide feedback, learn more about the DSMA, and share about your local business at the DSMA open house! CivicMic and the Downtown San Mateo Association (“DSMA”) are working together to inform business owners about a potential proposed fee structure change and a rate increase for the Downtown Business Improvement Area (“DBIA”). This proposed change would make things more equitable and fair for business owners and reflect how the DBIA has evolved over the years. In this post, CivicMic shares about the DSMA open house. In an effort to collaborate with business owners, DSMA will be …

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Message from Stanislaus County

Message from Stanislaus County (Mensaje del Condado de Stanislaus)

CivicMic works with Stanislaus County (the “County”) to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for the County’s urban areas and unincorporated communities. In this post, CivicMic shares a message from Stanislaus County about the upcoming Board meeting on September 20, 2022, where the Board will consider the final recommendation regarding the allocation of ARPA funds. Message from Stanislaus County On September 20, 2022, the Board of Supervisors will be considering accepting the final recommendation on infrastructure projects to be funded in county islands and county communities.  This is the project list for the $50 million of the American Rescue …

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