Welcome to Mid-City Community Advocacy Network
TO TAKE THE SURVEY
Text: "Rebuild" to (619) 326-9125
Residents who don't have the ability or time to take a trip to City Hall can still let San Diego leaders know what their priorities for improving City Heights are.
All it takes is some texts or a few mouse clicks.
San Diego wants feedback about improving neighborhoods before Sept. 30. Residents just need to look at sidewalks and streetlights, needed fire and police stations and park space and tell lawmakers exactly where additions, improvements or repairs are needed.
"This new web and text based survey offers an opportunity to make a compelling case regarding local infrastructure needs," said Trinh Le, organizer with Center on Policy Initiatives.
Le, who is also on the Coordinating Council of Mid-City CAN, emphasized that the survey is also a "means to advocate on behalf of City Heights."
Center on Policy Initiatives worked with Community Budget Alliance to talk about making access easier for residents of places like City Heights. The San Diego City Council as well as Community Planning Groups used that input and the help of Code for America to create a variety of ways for San Diegans to contribute.