County of Stanislaus

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Unincorporated Communities and Sample Improvement Costs

CivicMic works with Stanislaus County (the “County”) to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for the County’s urban areas and unincorporated communities to determine how and where to invest funding to improve infrastructure. Infrastructure includes the basic facilities, services, and installations that help a society function. Examples of infrastructure include roads, public institutions, phone lines, sewage treatment plants, and power generation. In this post, CivicMic shares information about the County’s unincorporated communities and some sample improvement costs. Unincorporated Communities For over a decade, the County has been working to address the infrastructural needs within the County’s unincorporated communities with …

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Stanislaus Survey

Stanislaus Survey

In this post, CivicMic shares the Stanislaus survey in both Spanish and English. Stanislaus County (the “County”) has received money to improve infrastructure and is working with CivicMic to get feedback from residents in unincorporated urban pockets and County communities to identify a list of priorities for investing in your community. Where is the money coming from? The County received funds from the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA). These funds can be used to improve water, sewer, and broadband infrastructure. The County would like to make critical enhancements to ensure clean drinking water and maintain essential wastewater and …

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County of Stanislaus

CivicMic Services for the County of Stanislaus

Stanislaus County (the “County”) is working with CivicMic to gather feedback from 53 of the County’s unincorporated urban pockets and communities to address and prioritize their infrastructural needs. On March 18, 2021, the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors committed $50 million toward these communities and the County is seeking to solicit comments and feedback from the residents, landowners, and stakeholders in these areas in order to determine how and where to allocate the available funding as well as determine whether future additional funding will be necessary to meet the needs of certain communities. The County is looking to make investments …

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