Weigh In On City Issues
Nov 19, 2018 04:49PM
By Jeanne Fratello
Got an opinion on city issues? Here's a chance to make sure your voice is heard. The city of Manhattan Beach is seeking community input on capital improvements, neighborhood safety, and more.
The city is currently collecting community input on capital improvement priorities through its online Open City Hall program. The capital improvement plan includes areas such as water, wastewater, storm water, streets, parks, and buildings. If you have an idea for an infrastructure project you'd like to see placed on the Capital Improvement Plan in the next five fiscal years, click here to complete the online survey through Open City Hall. City staff will evaluate each suggestion for feasibility, timeline and available funding. (For project ideas that focus on more of a maintenance issue, the item may be placed in the city's work order system for completion.) The deadline for weighing in on this question through Open City Hall is December 31.
On Monday, November 26, the Manhattan Beach Police Department and Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Watch program will hold a community meeting to discuss the Neighborhood Watch program and community safety. The meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the Manhattan Heights Park Community Center. Police representatives will provide crime updates and discuss crime prevention tips.
On Monday, December 3, the city is holding a "community preview event" for preliminary design concepts for Fire Station #2. The meeting will be held at the Police/Fire Conference Room at Manhattan Beach Fire Department at 400 15th St. at 6:00 p.m. Attendees will have a chance to preview a preliminary layout and building design concept, provide feedback on the new station, and ask questions about the project.