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5/25/2010 - CVPD To Hold Community Meeting On Quality Of Life And Safety

When: May 26, 2010; 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Where: Mueller Elementary School, 715 I Street, Chula Vista, CA 91910

What: Chula Vista Police Department will host a community conversation May 26th to provide residents with an opportunity to share their concerns about public safety and quality of life issues within the city, including noise, traffic, crime, and drug and alcohol-related community problems.

Who: Chula Vista Police and Fire Departments, Redevelopment Agency, Code Enforcement, and City Attorney’s Office, as well as the Chula Vista Community Collaborative will all be represented at the forum -- giving residents a one-stop shop to address concerns and ask questions on a wide range of community issues.

Opening remarks by Lt. Phil Collum, Northern Commander of the Chula Vista Police Department.

Why: City officials rely on community input to ensure that law enforcement and other public safety resources and city services are meeting the community’s needs. Residents will have the opportunity to express concerns about existing issues and learn about steps city officials and law enforcement are taking to improve safety and quality of life for residents in northwest Chula Vista. Long-term, sustainable solutions to underlying causes of community problems will also be discussed, including strategies such as Crime-Free Multi-Housing and Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), tools designed to reduce criminal activity in and around apartment and other residential communities.


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