Pomona

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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Phillips Ranch LLMD Project

Phillips Ranch LLMD Project Overview

CivicMic works with the City of Pomona (the “City”) to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for participation in the collaborative governance process for the Phillips Ranch community. In this post, CivicMic shares the Phillips Ranch LLMD project overview. Phillips Ranch LLMD Project Background Phillips Ranch is a master-planned community that began to develop in 1964. It is in the triangle area of the City of Pomona (the “City”) between the Pomona Freeway (State Route 60), the Orange Freeway (State Route 57), and the Chino Valley Freeway (State Route 71). It is approximately four miles southwest of downtown Pomona.

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City of Pomona

CivicMic Services for the City of Pomona

CivicMic works with The City of Pomona (the “City”) to facilitate community outreach and public engagement opportunities for participation in the collaborative governance process for the Phillips Ranch community. In 1990, the City established a Consolidated Assessment District consisting of 6 individual landscape and lighting districts to fund certain landscape and lighting services. Phillips Ranch was included in two separate zones of these districts, Zone A & B. Over the years, maintenance costs and service levels have increased. Currently, maintenance costs for the district exceed assessment revenue resulting in the district not being able to continue to support the maintenance

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