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The Humboldt County Roadshow will make its first stop on March 13, and citizens are invited to attend when it hits your area. At this interactive, award-winning event you can visit in person with elected officials and county staff to talk about your community. This year’s meeting is specifically designed to get your opinions on which county projects should be prioritized and receive the most attention.
Read a draft of the Board of Supervisors’ Strategic Framework, which details some of the work being done to achieve Humboldt County’s long-term goals. A final version of this document will be on the Board’s March 5 agenda.
The Roadshow will come to three areas of the county on three consecutive Wednesdays in March. Members of the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors will host each meeting, which will include a series of small table discussions with subject matter experts like the Sheriff, leadership from Probation, Department of Health & Human Services, Planning & Building, Public Works, and Aviation.
“Our community really appreciates having this opportunity to talk with county staff and their elected representatives. And the feedback we receive is invaluable in shaping a lot of our decisions every year.” said Rex Bohn, 1st District Supervisor and Chair of the Board. “We really want to hear from the community about what’s working for them, and what we need to fix. We have a vision for Humboldt County and we need to know if the steps we’re taking to get there really work for the people who live here. I know we’re all looking forward to checking back in with the community and really sharpening our focus for the coming years.”
Each meeting will begin with a meet-and-greet where residents can visit one-on-one with their elected officials and representatives from several county departments. This is a great opportunity to discuss county efforts with local officials in an intimate setting. The Roadshow meeting will begin promptly after the meet-and-greet.
Below are the locations where citizens can attend the meeting closest to them:
Wednesday, March 13, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
1 Marina Way, Eureka
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Wednesday, March 20, 4 to 6 p.m.
Benbow KOA Campground – Village Hall
7000 Benbow Drive, Garberville
Wednesday, March 27, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
1620 Pickett Road, McKinleyville
If you cannot attend any of the meetings you will still be able to submit your comments electronically at the beginning of April via the county’s Open Humboldt discussion forum. Sign up here to be notified when this comment period opens.
In addition to the options above, you can also take part in the conversation by:
Sending in your questions and comments via Twitter to @HumCoGov using #HumCo2019
Watching on Access Humboldt channel 10, or channel 7 if your service provider is Wave Cable. The replay will be a synthesis of the central Humboldt meeting and will last roughly 30 minutes. It will air beginning the week of April 1.
Responding to questions posted on Open Humboldt, the county’s on-line discussion forum.
The county is working with several community partners to hold these meetings, including Access Humboldt, the McKinleyville Community Services District and the Benbow Inn.
Still not sure what the meeting is all about? Below is a quick video offering a glimpse in to this dynamic gathering.