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COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD

TOWN HALL MEETINGS 2016 WILL TAKE PLACE IN SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2016! FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT:

www.srcity.org/townhalls 

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The purpose of the Community Advisory Board (CAB) is to seek community feedback and accurately represent views and ideas from the broader community to City staff and the City Council. The City Charter requires the CAB to advise the City Council on:

- Public Safety issues

- Capital Improvement priorities

- Involvement plans for development issues

- Recommendations on public improvement funds

 

The CAB's current work plan focuses on fostering a sense of community in Santa Rosa, building relationships and partnerships, addressing public safety issues, communicating capital improvement priorities, and choosing grantees for the Community Improvement Grant Program. This work plan is approved by the CAB and City Council each year, and shifts focus based on input from the Council and community. To learn more about CAB and the various CAB subcommittees, please check out the links below:

 

 

CAB Links:

Click here to see a map of the CAB districts

 

Click here to learn about the CAB members

 

2016/17 Work Plan

 

 

Resolutions:

CAB Resolution No. 28442

                     

CAB Resolution No. 28174

  

The Community Advisory Board meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at 5:30 PM in the Manzanita Room at the Finley Community Center, 2060 W. College Ave, unless otherwise indicated. Public participation is invited and welcomed. Recent meeting agendas and minutes are provided on the CAB Home page.

 

 

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 CAB Staff Contact


Office of Community Engagement 707-543-4696
communityengagement@srcity.org

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