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League of California Cities

Local Works

Every day local leaders work to make their cities better places in which to live, work, and play. They approve projects to increase affordable housing, address homelessness, improve streets and roads, spur economic growth, and deliver essential services to protect citizens. 
 
The League is launching the #LocalWorks initiative to shine the spotlight on examples of local actions that are making a difference to their communities. See below how local works and if you have a #LocalWorks story to share, please contact your Regional Public Affairs Manager or the League's Communications Department.
 

City Projects

Cities Harness Creativity as They Develop Safe Reopen Plans
July 1, 2020
Balancing the need to protect public health and stimulate local economic activity has been at the forefront of city leaders’ minds.They have been hard at work creating plans for how businesses could safely reopen while remaining fluid and flexible due to changing conditions and state guidelines.
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Novato Provides Grants to Small Business Owners in the Community
June 26, 2020
The City of Novato city council approved the Novato Small Business Relief Fund to help small business owners retain local jobs, keep storefronts populated, and support the local economy in light of COVID-19. 
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Grover Beach Initiative Encourages Residents to Stay Strong and Connected
June 12, 2020
The seaside City of Grover Beach may be small, but it’s community spirit is abundant. City leaders launched the #GBtogether initiative to encourage residents and businesses to have some fun and stay strong while staying the course during the pandemic and phased reopening.
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“Lift Up Lomita” Campaign Celebrates Neighbors Helping Neighbors​
June 10, 2020
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Lomita city officials launched a campaign called “Lift Up Lomita” in hopes of amplifying and multiplying the grassroots acts of neighborliness across the community. The campaign celebrates community members supporting one another and helps facilitate and direct resources toward individuals in need. 
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San Diego Lifeguards Take on a New Role During the Pandemic to Help Homeless 
June 3, 2020
With beaches closed, San Diego lifeguards were asked to step into a new role to help the homeless population staying at the convention center during the pandemic, by maintaining a clean environment, taking temperatures, and building connections. 
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Bellflower Opens Homeless Shelter to House Vulnerable Residents
May 29, 2020
The city of Bellflower opened the New Hope Temporary Services Shelter, a new state of the art 50-bed homeless shelter and navigation center that provides much needed services to city’s homeless population. 
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Lancaster Finds Ways to Celebrate the Graduating Class of 2020
May 22, 2020
Recognizing that students would not be able to participate in traditional graduation ceremonies, the City of Lancaster launched its “Turn your Tassel” campaign which rolled out a series of ways to publicly recognize students graduating this year.
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From the Front Line: Running A City During the COVID-19 Pandemic
A first person account by Temecula City Manager Aaron Adams
May 13, 2020
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Folsom Makes Supporting Fellow Community Members Easy During the Pandemic
May 8, 2020
The City of Folsom created "Stop, Pop, and Go" to make donations easy for community members to help gather food and supplies for residents in need. 
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Yountville Neighbor Network Connects Volunteers with Residents in Need 
May 4, 2020
The Town of Yountville Neighbors Network encourages connections with neighbors to meet new needs that developed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
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Oakland Creates Safe Streets Program to Support Safe Physical Activity
May 1, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and safe at home guidelines, the city launched its Oakland Slow Streets program to support safe physical activity by creating more space for physical distancing for its residents. 
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Los Angeles County Division Cities Virtually Transition in Newly Elected City Officials 
April 29, 2020
The swearing in of new mayors and council members is normally a widely attended event. Family, friends, and residents often pack the council chambers as witness to their newly elected officials taking oath to begin their term in service to the community. However, in the age of COVID-19 and under stay-at-home orders, the scene of this once typical event looks quite different.
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Goleta Promotes Positivity Among Community Through Photo Campaign 
April 27, 2020
The City of Goleta is working to uplift spirits and promote positive images within their community by launching the #GoodLandGoodPeople photo campaign to share how families and residents are staying busy and positive during this time
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Cities Create Interactive Maps to Connect Residents with Local Businesses 
April 24, 2020
The City of Fremont, the City of Redlands, and the City of Santa Monica have each developed interactive maps where residents could find restaurants and coffee shops in their city that offer take-out and delivery options, as well as shops that were still open for business
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Watsonville Brings Virtual Easter Egg Hunt to Residents During Stay-At-Home Orders
April 15, 2020
The City of Watsonville brought joy to families in their community through a virtual Easter egg hunt, which took place Easter morning. Since families were unable to gather Easter Sunday, the city brought Easter to residents. 
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The City of Burbank Launches Campaign to Support Local Businesses and Show Acts of Kindness
April 8, 2020
Cities are recognizing and finding ways to keep their communities safe and boost morale during the COVID-19 pandemic. The City of Burbank came up with a campaign called Burbank Together at Home, encouraging the community to Be Supportive, Be Local, Be Active, Be Smart, and Be Kind.
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Santa Cruz Community Members Learn How to Stay Active at Home from Parks and Recreation Department Director 
April 1, 2020
Tony Elliot, City of Santa Cruz Parks & Recreation Director, shared a video message on ways to help keep families and the community safe by adhering to the stay-at-home order, physical distancing guidance, and all posted department notices during the pandemic.
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Culver City Parks and Recreation Department Converts Program to Provide Meals to Seniors 
April 1, 2020
The Culver City Parks, Recreation, and Community Services Department converted their on-site meal program for seniors to a pick-up and delivery service. The program serves hundreds of meals while practicing safety guidelines and physical distancing.
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City of El Monte's New Virtual City Hall Provides Access to Important Services
March 25, 2020
The City of El Monte launched a “virtual city hall” to continue to provide services to residents during the coronavirus pandemic. The virtual city hall provides real-time services to residents, and allows them to schedule meetings, access city services, and speak with city staff. 
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Sacramento Joins Local Coalition To Raise Funds for the Community During the Pandemic
March 25, 2020
The City of Sacramento has joined a broad coalition of public, private, nonprofit, labor, and philanthropic partners to launch a fundraising effort to help those hurt economically by the COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign, called Donate4Sacramento, leverages and deepens support for families, small businesses and their employees, unhoused residents, and nonprofits.  
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San Diego Converts Convention Center into Homeless Shelter in Response to COVID-19
March 25, 2020
City leaders are stepping up with solutions for protecting those that are experiencing homelessness in their communities during the pandemic. San Diego converted its convention center into a shelter for the homeless population in the county to reduce the chance of virus transmission. 
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Grass Valley New Field for Community ResiliencyIMG_9706.JPG
February 20, 2020
California droughts heavily impacted Grass Valley’s fields and parks, resulting in uneven dirt spaces and costly to water and maintain. The city heard the cry of unhappy residents and proposed a one-cent sales tax for police, fire, road improvements, and parks. After voter approval, the city partnered with the Grass Valley School District to create a $1.5 million all-season 84,000-square-foot all-weather sports field for school and public use.
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Napa County and Cities Pass TOT Measure for Housing750-x-625-Housing-Affordable-Condos.jpg
February 20, 2020
Six jurisdictions in Napa County, including the cities of American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, St. Helena, and Yountville, and the county,  formed a unique partnership to raise funds for workforce housing, so that the people who work in Napa County can live in Napa County. 
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Permanent Supportive Housing in Pasadena 750-x-625-Housing-Affordable-Condos.jpg
February 20, 2020
The city of Pasadena allocates $3 million annually to fund housing and supportive services for individuals, families, and youth in an effort to end homelessness in their community. Multi-unit housing sites Marv's Place, Euclid Villa, and Centennial Place provide permanent homes for formerly homeless families in the region. Each location offers onsite supportive services with tools and resources to help end the cycle of homelessness and increase long-term stability.
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Now Available! Newest Edition of the League’s Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook Now Available

February 12, 2020
The world of municipal finance management can be complex and difficult to navigate. Cities face increasing fiscal challenges as they strive to effectively balance rising pension costs and other unfunded liabilities with providing services to keep their residents safe and their communities thriving. 
     
- See more at: https://www.cacities.org/Top/News/News-Articles#sthash.uTrqTMsD.dpuf

Now Available! Newest Edition of the League’s Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook Now Available

February 12, 2020
The world of municipal finance management can be complex and difficult to navigate. Cities face increasing fiscal challenges as they strive to effectively balance rising pension costs and other unfunded liabilities with providing services to keep their residents safe and their communities thriving. 
     
- See more at: https://www.cacities.org/Top/News/News-Articles#sthash.uTrqTMsD.dpuf

Now Available! Newest Edition of the League’s Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook Now Available

February 12, 2020
The world of municipal finance management can be complex and difficult to navigate. Cities face increasing fiscal challenges as they strive to effectively balance rising pension costs and other unfunded liabilities with providing services to keep their residents safe and their communities thriving. 
     

- See more at: https://www.cacities.org/cms/getdoc/0361e858-1f1b-447e-bf17-12bb04ccca35/News-Articles.aspx?viewmode=3&showpanel=1&cmscontentchanged=false&lang=en-US&langobjectlifetime=request#sthash.i1jspoH5.dpuf

Now Available! Newest Edition of the League’s Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook Now Available

February 12, 2020
The world of municipal finance management can be complex and difficult to navigate. Cities face increasing fiscal challenges as they strive to effectively balance rising pension costs and other unfunded liabilities with providing services to keep their residents safe and their communities thriving. 
     

- See more at: https://www.cacities.org/cms/getdoc/0361e858-1f1b-447e-bf17-12bb04ccca35/News-Articles.aspx?viewmode=3&showpanel=1&cmscontentchanged=false&lang=en-US&langobjectlifetime=request#sthash.i1jspoH5.dpuf

Now Available! Newest Edition of the League’s Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook Now Available

February 12, 2020
The world of municipal finance management can be complex and difficult to navigate. Cities face increasing fiscal challenges as they strive to effectively balance rising pension costs and other unfunded liabilities with providing services to keep their residents safe and their communities thriving. 
     

- See more at: https://www.cacities.org/cms/getdoc/0361e858-1f1b-447e-bf17-12bb04ccca35/News-Articles.aspx?viewmode=3&showpanel=1&cmscontentchanged=false&lang=en-US&langobjectlifetime=request#sthash.i1jspoH5.dpuf
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