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Survey available for community input on Garden Grove Civic Center improvements

The community is invited to participate in the City of Garden Grove’s online survey to provide input on the Garden Grove Civic Center improvements and the potential re-location of the Garden Grove Police Department public safety facilities. The survey, available in multiple languages, can be accessed now until Tuesday, August 2, 2022 at ggcity.org/civic-center.

Garden Grove residents who complete the survey and sign-up to receive email updates will have a chance to win a City gift basket.

Recently, the City held in-person and virtual open house meetings to discuss potential improvements to the Garden Grove Civic Center area. The recorded virtual open house meeting is available at ggcity.org/civic-center.

The online survey includes the same materials and activities discussed at the open house meetings. Topics include: existing park amenities within the open space areas, modernization or potential re-location of the Garden Grove Police Department public safety facilities, and existing road and bicycle networks.

Potential improvements to the Garden Grove Police Department public safety facilities will be based in part on available Measure O funding.

In 2018, Garden Grove residents passed Measure O, a one-cent transaction and use (sales) tax to support police recruitment, maintain 9-1-1 response times, and to evaluate the need to modernize or replace existing Garden Grove Police Department public safety facilities.

For more information, visit ggcity.org/civic-center or contact Chris Chung, Planning Division, at (714) 741-5314.

This article was released by the City of Garden Grove.