Public Forums

Two public forums will be held during the project, corresponding with key project milestones. These forums will be widely publicized using the full array of communications methods. Elected officials and public outreach offices from Pinal CU Implementation partner communities will be enlisted to help advertise the public forums and promote the importance of participation through their community contact lists, social media sites, and other venues. Summaries of the input received during these forums will be articulated on this website.

Public Forum #1

The first public forum will be virtual and will occur at the mid-term timeframe of the project performance period. The intent of this first forum will be to acquaint the public with the scope, purpose, and schedule of the CU Implementation process, and to provide updates to the public on the status of work completed to date. Finally, this forum will aim at soliciting key inputs from the public and other Pinal CU Implementation stakeholders through a variety of methods, one of which will be polling.

Public Forum #2

The second public forum will take place toward the end of the project performance period. The goal of this forum will be to inform, educate, and request feedback from the public on the public draft Pinal CU Implementation deliverables, which will include informational brochures and flyers, implementation documents, and more. This forum may be held in person depending on the COVID-19 environment.

First Public Forum Held May 23, 2022

The first Public Forum was held Monday, May 23, 2022, from 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. This first workshop acquainted attendees with the scope, purpose, and schedule of the Compatible Use Implementation process, provided updates on the status of work completed to date, and solicited key input from attendees.

Your input is important! If you were unable to attend the forum, have questions, or would like to provide feedback, Contact Us!

Public Forum #1 Presentation

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Copyright © 2022, Matrix Design Group, Inc. This study was prepared under contract with Pinal County, Arizona, with financial support from the Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment. The content reflects the views of the key JLUS partners involved in the development of this study and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of Economic Adjustment.

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