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 updates, submit questions and comments, and join the Facebook group—all from the website. The Facebook page will feature posts from the website while allowing community members to engage with one another and the CivicMic team. Additionally, all posts will be available as Twitter updates.
In collaboration with the City, CivicMic will be facilitating the formation of a working group. This group will include members of the Phillips Ranch community, helping to share information and encouraging their neighbors to become informed and involved. If you would like to join the Phillips Ranch working group, contact us at 800.676.5716 or firstname.lastname@example.org
In the coming weeks and months, CivicMic will be drafting and mailing postcards to Phillips Ranch property owners. The goal of these postcards is to inform residents about the district and direct them to CivicMic for questions, comments, and concerns. This will ultimately allow and encourage more community members to become involved and engaged in the collaborative governance process.
CivicMic will work with the City to schedule and facilitate community meetings, which will give residents the opportunity to meet with community leaders, learn more about the district and proposed changes, and provide their input. These meetings are a great way to meet your Phillips Ranch neighbors, partner with key decision-makers in your district, and help shape the future of the community you share.
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4 thoughts on “Phillips Ranch Public Engagement Process”
Vote NO on assessment fees that will double and those fees will once again be mismanaged.
I have lived here 40 years and the city has been only doing the bare minimum. We need a ten year audit of where our assessment fees were spent.
This media company is a scam and the only public meeting will be held on the last day to vote what a scam.
Vote NO on increase and show the books!
Two community meetings have been held about the proposed assessment district, one on December 8, 2022 and one on February 22, 2023.
We need to ask who’s paying for this media company to increase our rates. The city is trying to use a media company to threaten u if u don’t vote Yes they will keep our assessments fees and do nothing next year. The city receives over a million dollars a year and does nothing on improving our community.
The outreach efforts that are purely education have been funded by the assessment. Campaign efforts are from community grassroots groups and funded by volunteers, independent of the City.