Santa Rosa residents are invited to participate in a Town Hall Meeting hosted by Santa Rosa Mayor Natalie Rogers and Councilmember Mark Stapp. This open forum is set to take place on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at 6 p.m., at Spring Lake Middle School (4675 Mayette Ave. Santa Rosa, CA 95405), where community members will have the opportunity to voice their concerns, share ideas, and connect with their local leaders.
“There’s a lot of exciting things happening in District 2 and beyond,” explains Councilmember Stapp. “This town hall is a great opportunity to share more information and connect directly with residents about the issues that are important to them.”
Topics will include street safety, school safety, the Southeast Greenway purchase, and other important updates for District 2. Residents are also encouraged to come prepared with their own ideas, questions, and suggestions to actively engage in shaping the future of Santa Rosa.
“Our first town hall meeting with Councilmember Alvarez was successful and we heard about a lot of feedback and opportunities for improvement from community members,” says Mayor Rogers. “I anticipate a lot of engagement in District 2 with Councilmember Stapp – and I’m excited to hear from the community.”
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