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For the Record...

Have you heard something related to the City around town, on social media, or in the newspaper, and want to know if it's true?  The City of Pacifica's "For the Record" Page is dedicated to providing residents the facts about varying issues and concerns of broad interest within the Pacifica community.

When misinformation about important City projects or programs is widely disseminated in the community, the City will respond with available information and post it here under "Current Buzz."  To see past posts, please check out "The Last Word" below.

 

Current Buzz

 

Unhoused in Pacifica Task Force Recommendations

December 8, 2019

Misinformation has circulated through social media suggesting the Unhoused in Pacifica Task Force has recommended Fairmont Park as a proposed mobile dump site for motorhomes.  This is not true.  Task Force members have reached out to City staff and confirmed that the idea of using Fairmont Park as a mobile dump site has never been suggested or spoken about by the Task Force at any meeting.  At the recent Unhoused in Pacifica Task Force community forum, one community member brought up this idea, but the Task Force is not recommending it, nor has the City of Pacifica considered any plan for a mobile dump site in any location at this point.  On Monday, December 9, 7:00 p.m. at the Community Center, the City Council will consider a parking ordinance restricting oversized vehicle parking on some City streets and receive a presentation from the Unhoused in Pacifica Task Force.  Again, this ordinance or Task Force presentation does not include any mention of a mobile dump site at Fairmont Park.  Please help correct misinformation circulating through social media.

 

State Auditor's Fiscal Health Analysis

Click here for a guide to understanding the State Auditor’s Fiscal Health Analysis Report Regarding Pacifica

 

The Last Word

Here are the real facts, for the record, to some of the more common city business related questions you may have heard around town.  

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