Salinas City Council District Three Community Meeting
WEDNESDAY, June 5th 6:00-7:30PM
First Methodist Church of Salinas
404 Lincoln Ave., Salinas CA 93901
- Welcome Address with Mayor Joe Gunter
- SVMH “State of the Hospital District” with CEO Pete Delgado
- City of Salinas Public Safety Update with Chief McMillin
- Special Guests – Republic Services, Cal Water & PG&E
Please join City Councilman Steve McShane as he teams with leadership from various South Salinas Neighborhoods for an important update on Public Safety and The Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System. Neighbors are invited to bring cookies and plenty of comments & questions. Coffee will be provided. Republic Services, Cal Water and PG&E will also be on hand for quick announcements concerning trash and utility services.
Please RSVP and direct questions to Steve McShane at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (831) 970-4141.
The City of Salinas does not have a map showing Neighborhood Boundaries. We are asking the leaders of Associations and Neighborhood Watch Groups to take a pencil and show the boundary on the map that is in Sheila Molinari’s Office. This map will be brought into our meetings as well. We have maps for council districts, school districts, zones, fire and police command areas, but none for our neighborhoods. Do not call anyone you must physically draw the boundary for your neighborhood on that map in pencil. The City of Salinas has the last word if there are any disputes.
Start a Private Social Network for your Neighborhood at NextDoor.com.
“When neighbors start talking, good things happen”.
Many Salinas Neighborhoods are already using Nextdoor to build happier, safer places to call home.
- Call the Graffiti Hot Line to report the graffiti location at (831) 758-7926.
- Report vandalism in progress to the Salinas Police Department at (831) 758-7321.
- Get the District 3 App Councilman Steve McShane puts the Salinas City Government in the palm of your hand.
- Direct phone to Salinas Public Works (831) 758-7922.
Salinas Neighborhood Council
City of Salinas Neighborhood Services Division
200 Lincoln Ave. Salinas CA 93901
Mission: The mission of the Salinas Neighborhood Council (SNC) is to network neighborhood based volunteer groups, efforts, associations and watch organizations in the interest of growing a more engaged and secure community. In short, SNC seeks to support, strengthen & develop grassroots efforts to enhance safety and quality of life for residents of Salinas on a neighborhood level.
Organization: SNC is a volunteer run non-profit organization. It is made up of leadership from all forms of Salinas neighborhood based groups including associations, watches, councils and both long and short term efforts based around a community cause. Meetings usually take place from 6-7PM on the third Wednesday of the month at Salinas City Hall.
Activities: The main role for SNC is to support volunteer run neighborhood efforts that seek a higher quality of life and safety for our community. Activities include regular trainings on relevant neighborhood topics including safety and emergency preparedness. As appropriate, the council is charged with helping to plan and / or promote city-wide neighborhood based activities and events including Salinas United, neighborhood clean up efforts, graffiti eradication days and other special events.
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