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What is your Vision for El Cerrito?

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List THREE words to describe El Cerrito (right now):

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List THREE words to describe your vision of El Cerrito ten years from now:

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List THREE of El Cerrito's greatest attributes:

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Finish this sentence: "The greatest challenge City leaders will face in the next ten years is..."

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As the City identifies key goals and areas of focus for the next 3-5 years, we would like your input. Please prioritize the following areas.

Average priorities over 176 responses
  1. High-quality schools and education

    High-quality schools and education
  2. Long-term financial health of the City (building reserves, lowering expenses)

    Long-term financial health of the City (building reserves, lowering expenses)
  3. Economic development (new and existing businesses)

    Economic development (new and existing businesses)
  4. Public safety

    Public safety
  5. Emergency/Earthquake/Wildfire preparedness

    Emergency/Earthquake/Wildfire preparedness
  6. Open space and parks

    Open space and parks
  7. Environmental sustainability

    Environmental sustainability
  8. Sense of place and community identity

    Sense of place and community identity
  9. Multi-modal transit options (including walking, biking, public transit)

    Multi-modal transit options (including walking, biking, public transit)
  10. Entertainment options (i.e., restaurants, the arts, nightlife)

    Entertainment options (i.e., restaurants, the arts, nightlife)
  11. Greater diversity and affordability in housing options

    Greater diversity and affordability in housing options
  12. Transit-oriented development around BART stations

    Transit-oriented development around BART stations
  13. Community engagement, education, and involvement

    Community engagement, educationand involvement
  14. Social equity and diversity

    Social equity and diversity
  15. Public infrastructure - roads and streets

    Public infrastructure - roads and streets
  16. Evaluate and improve City processes and efficiencies (development services, purchasing, and other critical processes)

    Evaluate and improve City processes and efficiencies (development services, purchasing, and other critical processes)
  17. Public infrastructure - City facilities and buildings

    Public infrastructure - City facilities and buildings
  18. Traffic congestion

    Traffic congestion
  19. Diverse, talented workforce of City Employees

    Diverse, talented workforce of City Employees

Are there other goals not specified in the previous question?

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List 3 words to describe pressing issues in El Cerrito:

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February 14, 2020, 10:10 PM
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Community engagement, education, and involvement

Public infrastructure - roads and streets

Environmental sustainability

Social equity and diversity

Multi-modal transit options (including walking, biking, public transit)

Sense of place and community identity

Entertainment options (i.e., restaurants, the arts, nightlife)

High-quality schools and education

Public safety

Emergency/Earthquake/Wildfire preparedness

Diverse, talented workforce of City Employees

Evaluate and improve City processes and efficiencies (development services, purchasing, and other critical processes)

Greater diversity and affordability in housing options

Economic development (new and existing businesses)

Public infrastructure - City facilities and buildings

Traffic congestion

Long-term financial health of the City (building reserves, lowering expenses)

Transit-oriented development around BART stations

Open space and parks


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