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 to improve access to clean drinking water, support vital wastewater and storm drainage infrastructure.
The 40 urban pockets that the County would like to solicit feedback from are located in and around Ceres, Modesto, Riverbank, and Turlock. Additionally, the County would like to engage 13 communities including Cowan Tract, Crows Landing, Del Rio, Denair, East Oakdale, Grayson, Hickman, Keyes, Knights Ferry, Monterey Park, Salida, Valley Home, and Westley.
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