WEST HOLLYWOOD—The city of West Hollywood is asking for input from residents and businesses in order to assess the overall emergency preparedness of the community.
According to a press release from the city of West Hollywood website, the city’s Public Safety Department, in connection with the University of Southern California Price School of Public Policy is asking members of the community to complete a short survey to help determine future emergency preparedness awareness programs.
The city is also asking for the community’s satisfaction with the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station and public-safety related services. A community workshop will be held on Saturday, April 16 from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Plummer Park’s Fiesta Hall which is located at 7377 Santa Monica Boulevard.
The workshop is free to the public to attend and will give an opportunity for West Hollywood residents to share thoughts and concerns. Feedback from this workshop, and input gathered from telephone surveys, focus groups, stakeholder interviews and in-person surveys will help the West Hollywood improve services to better meet the needs of the community.
The survey only takes about five minutes and can be completed by visiting the following link: http://w.eho.city/Zh0a5.
For additional information, contact the city of West Hollywood’s Public Safety Department at (323) 848-6414, or by email at email@example.com.