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CivicMic works with Stanislaus County to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for the County's urban pockets and unincorporated communities.

On March 18, 2021, the Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors committed $50 million toward these communities for infrastructure 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.

Infrastructure is 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.

Urban pockets are small independent areas that are located within a city’s sphere of influence but are not completely a part of the city and are under the authority of the County.

The County is looking to make investments to improve access to clean drinking water and support vital wastewater and storm drainage infrastructure. These improvements can look like curbs, gutters, sidewalks, sewer trunk lines, water lines, and more.

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Web Map

Community Map

Showing Urban Pockets and Unincorporated areas.

Zoom in, navigate the map, find and click on a property to view important information.

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Video Fact Sheet

Stanislaus County Fact Sheet Video

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Video de Hoja Informativa del Condado de Stanislaus

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Outreach Timeline

As of February 22, 2022

March 2022
May 2022
June 7-13
June 15 & June 20
June 2022


A survey is mailed and posted where residents have an opportunity to provide their opinions on investment priorities.

Community Outreach

The outreach team will walk communities and talk to people at events. The team will ask them what they think the County should do to improve the community.

In-Person Workshops

CivicMic hosts in-person workshops to determine community priorities and provide residents an opportunity to make suggestions and ask questions.

Virtual Workshops

CivicMic hosts virtual workshops to determine community priorities and provide residents an opportunity to make suggestions and ask questions.


County will gather all community feedback and make decisions on where money will best be utilized.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Learn more about the funds received by the County and how they can benefit your community.

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Latest News

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Stanislaus Data

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