Community Budget Meetings
Feedback from these meetings is received by the Board of Supervisors and weighed when making decision regarding the county's $300+ million budget. Use the links below to learn more about these meetings.
2018 Budget Roadshow
Below you will find a 40-minute version of the Eureka stop on the Humboldt County Budget Roadshow. This video contains all of the information that was covered at each of the meetings, plus it has the feedback from citizens who attended the Eureka meeting. In addition, immediately below you can find materials that were available at the meeting, as well as other information that is valuable to gaining a well-rounded view of the county's budget. Finally, below the video you can see notes from each of the county's four stops on the Budget Roadshow.
Meeting materials: Roadshow AgendaOpens a New Window. Citizen Information Packet Opens a New Window. 7-year financial forecast Opens a New Window. Budget Process Opens a New Window. Budget in Brief Opens a New Window.
Northern Humboldt: Wednesday, Feb. 28, Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Road, McKinleyville
Southern Humboldt: Opens a New Window. Thursday, March 8, Benbow Inn, 445 Lake Benbow Drive, Garberville
Central Humboldt: Opens a New Window. Monday, March 12, Sequoia Conference Center, 901 Myrtle Ave., Eureka
Eastern Humboldt: Opens a New Window. Thursday, March 22, Willow Creek Community Services District Offices, 135 Willow Road, Willow Creek.
Discussion highlights from 2017 Budget Roadshow
Thursday, March 2 - Benbow
Monday, March 6 - McKinleyville
Thursday, March 9 - Eureka
Thursday, March 23 - Willow Creek
All meetings run from 6 to 8 p.m.
Meet with your Supervisor from 5:30 to 6
|To discuss Measure S and the|
FY 2017-18 budget
|Agenda||Budget Roadshow presentation|
|What is Measure S?|| Measure S Resolution|
|Descriptions of activities to potentially be funded|
|Meeting Notes:||Responses to questions asked during meetings|
|Have your say on Open Humboldt||Summary of community input|
|Respond to topics covered at the meeting on Open Humboldt|
|Want to hold your own Measure S meeting? Here's a Facilitator's Guide to help.|
|Send us your questions and comments to @HumCoGov using #HumCo2018|