Wednesday, September 19, 2018

• Wildomar Press Release: Survey

The City of Wildomar just issued a press release. They are looking for residents to participate in a survey. I'll add the text along with a copy of the PDF, a link to the city website talking about it and a link to the survey itself.

All residents are encouraged to participate

"The City encourages any Wildomar resident to complete the survey so that our community is well represented.  There will be an approximate 30-day time period to complete the survey starting on Thursday, September 20 and concluding on Monday, October 22, 2018. "

There are two ways to participate in the survey. Either you can get a paper copy at city hall or the library, or you can do it online. If you're reading this blog, you're online and that's the best way to handle it. Link to survey

↓ Text from the press release 

CITY OF WILDOMAR / RIVERSIDE COUNTY – FIVE YEAR (2019-2024)
CONSOLIDATED PLAN NEEDS ASSESSMENT RESIDENT SURVEY

WILDOMAR, CA, The County of Riverside Economic Development Agency (EDA), under the direction of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has initiated its 5-year (2019/2024) “Consolidated Plan” planning process. An integral component of the Consolidated Plan process is the “Needs Assessment Resident Survey” process. This Resident Needs Assessment Survey is used to obtain input from County (Wildomar) residents and other interested persons regarding affordable housing, community development, economic development, and other needs deemed important by the community. The Consolidated Plan helps prioritize the County’s to utilization of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and HOME Investment Partnership Act (HOME) funds within the County, and the City of Wildomar. 

The City of Wildomar is a Cooperating City under the Riverside County’s CDBG Program and will be participating in the Needs Assessment Resident Survey process. The City encourages any Wildomar resident to complete the survey so that our community is well represented. There will be an approximate 30-day time period to complete the survey starting on Thursday, September 20 and concluding on Monday, October 22, 2018. 

There are two (2) ways to complete the survey. 1) you may complete a paper copy of the survey which can be obtained by visiting City Hall (Monday –Thursday, 8 am - 5 pm) and the Mission Trail Library. All completed paper copies must be returned to Matthew Bassi, Planning Director prior to the October 22nd deadline. 

Second, you may complete the survey online (most easiest). The survey can be easily accessed by copying the following weblink address into your computer browser (https://goo.gle/eJUknw) which will take you directly to the Riverside County Consolidated Plan Needs Assessment Resident Survey webpage. The webpage can be completed anytime 24/7 through the October 22nd deadline. In addition, a weblink will be available on the City of Wildomar Website (main webpage) that will take you directly to the County’s
webpage. Visit www.cityofwildomar.org

The Planning Department will be presenting a Consolidated Plan briefing report to the City Council at its meeting scheduled for October 14, 2018 (beginning at 6:30 pm in the Council Chambers located at 23873 Clinton Keith Road Ste. 106, Wildomar, CA 92595). If you have not completed a paper copy or the online survey, you may attend this Council meeting and share your thoughts too. The City Council will have a final Consolidated Plan briefing report presented to them at their November 14, 2018 meeting at which time residents will have a final opportunity to participate in the Needs Assessment Resident Survey. All surveys will be forwarded to the Riverside County Economic Development Agency at the conclusion of the process.

For more information on the Needs Assessment Resident Survey, please call Matthew Bassi, Planning Director at (951) 677-7751, Extension 213 of email Mr. Bassi at mbassi@cityofwildomar.org.
Copy of PDF that arrived in the email.
↓ wording from the county webpage 



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