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Media contact: Ruth Ruiz, (714) 765-5060 office, (714) 420-7797 mobile
ANAHEIM’S QUARTERLY NEIGHBORHOOD MEETINGS SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
ANAHEIM, Calif. (April 11, 2014) It’s a fact that community involvement makes life better! Attend one of the City’s quarterly Neighborhood meetings and be informed about news, projects and more, all taking place in your neighborhood. The April 2014 meetings dates are as follows:
Wednesday, April 16 – 7 p.m.
West District Neighborhood Council
West Anaheim Youth Center
320 S. Beach Blvd.
Thursday, April 17 – 7 p.m.
East District Neighborhood Council
Canyon Hills Library
400 S. Scout Trail
Wednesday, April 23 – 7 p.m.
Central District Neighborhood Council
Downtown Community Center
250 E. Center St.
Thursday, April 24 – 7 p.m.
South District Neighborhood Council
Euclid Branch Library
1340 S. Euclid St.
For a map showing which Neighborhood Council area best serves you, please visit www.anaheim.net/neighborhoods.
Neighborhood meetings present the ideal time to get to know your neighbors as well as City staff members who are will be available to speak directly with residents to address questions, concerns or to receive ideas on how to improve your neighborhood. The meetings, which are held in the west, east, central and south areas of the City, are open to the public and all are welcome to attend and participate.
The Anaheim Neighborhood Improvement Program, which includes the District Council Meetings, utilizes an inter-departmental approach to improve the livability of Anaheim’s neighborhoods. Utilizing four neighborhood districts and interdepartmental teams assigned to each district, neighborhood improvement is accomplished by creating partnerships between neighborhood “stakeholders” (City departments, residents, property owners, school officials, the religious community, business community and non-profit organizations). Neighborhood Councils bring people together to work on issues of concern and identify actions to be taken to address them.
For more information please contact Anaheim Sporn, Neighborhood Services Superintendent, at (714) 765-5235 or email@example.com.
For more information on the City of Anaheim please visit www.anaheim.net.
ABOUT ANAHEIM –The City of Anaheim, founded in 1857, is one of the nation’s premier municipalities and is one of California’s most populous cities. Anaheim covers 50 square miles with more than 346,000 residents and more than 2,900 City employees. The municipal corporation’s annual budget is $1.6 billion. Anaheim supports a thriving business community with companies such as Carl Karcher Enterprises, Inc., L-3 Communications, Pacific Sunwear, and Disneyland Resort. Successful sports franchises call Anaheim home, including Angels Baseball, Anaheim Ducks, the U.S. Men’s National Volleyball Team, and the 2012 Olympic Games Silver Medal winning U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team. Anaheim also boasts world-class meeting and entertainment venues with the Anaheim Convention Center, LEED-certified and the largest on the west coast, Honda Center, City National Grove of Anaheim, Anaheim GardenWalk, and Angel Stadium of Anaheim. In addition, Anaheim embraces its vibrant cultural arts community, including the world-renowned Anaheim Ballet. Annually, Anaheim welcomes millions of visitors to the city, truly making it where the world comes to live, work and play. For more information, please visit www.anaheim.net.