Residents participating in this second round of town halls will help refine the results of resident feedback garnered during Round 1.
Online Survey Still Up
Anaheim residents can still provide their feedback via Anaheim First’s online survey.
The City of Anaheim is committed to investing $250 million in city neighborhoods over the next 10 years as part of the 2030 Neighborhood Investment Program proposed by Mayor Harry Sidhu and unanimously adopted by the City Council. If you were not able to attend the recent Town Halls held weekly in each council district from August 28 – October 2, this is your last chance to add your voice to future investments in your neighborhood. Please reach out to friends, family and neighbors to take the online survey and share it with your community based social networks. All residents in Anaheim are encouraged to participate!
The survey includes interactive mapping, community forums, and an idea wall where you will have the opportunity to rank city services, programs, and infrastructure within your respective district. The platform allows for qualitative and quantitative input from residents to develop recommendations for future neighborhood investments. Take the online survey now by clicking here or go to the website for more information at AnaheimFirst.org.
Anaheim First Participates With Their Neighbors At Family Volunteer Day
On Saturday, November 23, ANAHEI’M FIRST volunteers joined a nationwide day of action, Points of Light Family Volunteer Day.
Volunteers brought their families to Eucalyptus Park and Farmer’s Park to participate in putting together hygiene kits for those in need. All the hygiene kits created will be donated to Chrysalis Orange County and Mercy House.
Thank to you to everyone who volunteered in this national effort to help people in their community. Learn more about Points of Light by clicking here.
A Thanksgiving Volunteering Opportunity
We want to thank everyone for your support of ANAHEI’M First and your commitment to neighborhood improvement. We count you among our blessings and send our warmest wishes to you and your family this Thanksgiving.
Please consider joining volunteers at this annual Thanksgiving Day event to serve and feed the homeless and those less fortunate in our community.
We Give Thanks
Community Service on Thanksgiving Day
When: Thursday, November 28
Location: Honda Center – 2695 E Katella Ave
For more information, click here.