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County Priorities

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Climate Action Plan

Help establish Humboldt County's Climate Action Plan priorities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Share your priorities

Interactive Budget

Let us know what you think about the County's new interactive budget tool, "Open Budget". Share your thoughts
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Open Topics

What do you think about the different pieces of the proposed Garberville Complete Streets Project?

The deadline has passed

This topic has 64 visitors and 15 responses: 7 registered responses and 8 unregistered responses. That's 45 minutes of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. The deadline for participation was 12:00 AM on June 22, 2019.

Help Humboldt County set its priorities for the coming years

The deadline has passed

This topic has 140 visitors and 48 responses: 18 registered responses and 30 unregistered responses. That's 2.4 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. The deadline for participation was 12:00 AM on May 1, 2019.

What should Humboldt County's local governments prioritize in developing a Climate Action Plan?

No deadline is currently set

This topic has 351 visitors and 239 responses: 107 registered responses and 132 unregistered responses. That's 12.0 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per response. No deadline for participation is currently set.

What are your thoughts on the county's Open Budget transparency tool?

No deadline is currently set

This topic has 328 visitors and 21 statements: 9 registered statements and 12 unregistered statements. That's 1.1 hours of public comment @ 3 minutes per statement. No deadline for participation is currently set.