What are the most important priorities the City should focus on over the next two years?
YOUR INPUT ON THE CITY'S TOP PRIORITIES IS VALUABLE TO US!
As the City Council prepares for the City’s next two-year budget, a key step in the process is to set major City Goals. The community’s participation in this process includes providing your “voice” and input on the top priorities for the City in the next two-years.
The priorities shared from our community will be one of the most significant elements the City Council will receive, in addition to information on the City’s Current Projects/Programs and Fiscal Condition, during the presentation at the regular City Council meeting on January 15, 2019. These three key elements will be considered as the City Council establishes the goals and budget priorities on February 1, 2019 during a goal-setting workshop.
Following the February goal-setting session, staff will then develop work programs that clearly describe tasks, timeframes and required resources to achieve the Council's top priority goals. This kind of detailed information is essential in order to allocate limited resources to the highest priorities in a practical and achievable way over the two-year budget period.
WAYS TO PROVIDE YOUR INPUT
- Participate in this online Pismo Voice survey
- Return the survey sent in your September or October utility bill
- Attend Community Workshops - November 7 and 15, 2018
- Look for our booth at Community Events - Clam Festival and Pumpkins in the Park
- Email: email@example.com
- Mail or Visit in Person: City Hall, Administration Offices, 760 Mattie Road, Pismo Beach, CA 93449
- Contact us with questions: 805-773-4657
All community input received by December 15, 2018 will be compiled and presented to the City Council during the January 15, 2019 City Council meeting.
KEY DATES IN THE PROCESS
CURRENT TWO-YEAR CITY GOALS FISCAL YEAR 2018 & 2019
Downtown Circulation and Parking.
Water Supply and Conservation.
Bello Street Corridor/Old City Hall.
Downtown Revitalization and Beautification.
Bluff Protection. Continue the program to address bluff erosion, potentially to include inspections, permitting, prevention measures, funding, and priorities for repairs, including the Ocean Boulevard Accessibility Plan.
Improved Traffic Circulation. Complete the update of the Circulation Element and begin implementation of highest priority measures; explicitly address possible solutions to Highway 101 congestion, the need for a Price Street-James Way connection and acquisition of Highway 1 from Caltrans to ensure local control.
Shell Beach Streetscape. Complete the Shell Beach Streetscape project.