Anaheim First is hosting a second round of council district-based as part of the Anaheim Community Assessment, which will establish a resident-driven template for the 2030 Neighborhood Investment Program – a commitment by Mayor Harry Sidhu and the city council to invest $250 million in city neighborhoods over the next 10 years.
Hundreds of Anaheim residents participated energetically in the first round of town halls meetings that took place during September and October of 2019. At these town halls, residents had the opportunity to discuss and engage with each other, and identify specific areas and locations for neighborhood investments. Hundreds more provided their feedback via an online survey.
According to Anaheim First, during the second round of town halls an analysis of these investment priorities derived from the town halls, online survey and other community outreach efforts will be presented to participating residents – giving them a chance to furnish additional feedback before the draft Anaheim Community Assessment recommendations are finalized and presented to the City Council.
See below the information for each town hall meeting: