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Posted on: January 24, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Stanislaus County Fiscal Year (FY)2018-2019 Community Meetings

The Stanislaus County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Urban County that includes Stanislaus County and the Cities of Ceres, Hughson, Newman, Oakdale, Patterson, and Waterford (collectively known as the Urban County) invites the public to participate and give public input about the Urban County’s preparation of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-2019 Annual Action Plan. The Plan describes the housing and community development needs within the Urban County and identifies strategies to address the needs during FY 2018-2019, to be funded with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant Program (ESG), & State of California Emergency Solutions Grant Program (CA-ESG) funds. The following is a schedule of community meetings at which public input will be accepted and considered in the development of the FY 2018-2019 Annual Action Plan.

02/15/20183:30 PMPublic Services Department
455 South Fifth Ave., Oakdale
Waterford03/07/20186:30 PMWaterford Community Center
540 C St., Waterford
Patterson03/14/20185:00 PMPatterson City Council Chambers
1 Plaza, Patterson
Wood Colony MAC03/14/20187:00 PMHart Ransom Cafeteria Hart Ransom School
3930 Shoemake Ave., Modesto
Newman03/20/20185:00 PMNewman City Council Chambers
938 Fresno St., Newman
Stanislaus03/21/201812:00 PMCounty Admin. Building Tenth Street Place
Basement Training Room 1010 10th St., Modesto
Valley Home MAC03/21/20186:30 PMValley Home School Library
13231 Pioneer Avenue, Valley Home
Ceres03/26/20185:00 PMCommunity Center Upstairs Classroom
2701 Fourth St., Ceres
Hughson0326/20185:30 PMHughson City Council Chambers
7018 Pine St., Hughson

For more information please contact staff at 209.525.6330 or Reasonable accommodations will be made available with advance notice at meeting locations to ensure access for persons with disabilities including sign language, interpreters, and assistive listening devices.



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