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Town of Yucca Valley Highlighted as Part of Strong Cities

Yucca Valley, Calif. – Today the Town of Yucca Valley was profiled as part of the ongoing “Strong Cities | Strong State” campaign highlighting local government success stories across California.  “Strong Cities | Strong State” is a project of the League of California Cities and the California Town Management Foundation (CCMF).

Dawn Rowe, Mayor of Yucca Valley

“Our residents enjoy outstanding service at the local level and love the small Town atmosphere where neighbor helps neighbor,” said Yucca Valley Mayor Dawn Rowe. “With all the dissatisfaction of constituents at the federal and state level, it’s refreshing to hear that people love living in the Town.”

The Town of Yucca Valley’s profile is accessible at: http://www.strongcitiesstrongstate.com/city/yucca-valley.

The “Strong Cities | Strong State” website is the centerpiece of a campaign broadly promoting City success stories alongside profiles of the elected officials and City managers working together to build and maintain a high quality of life for California City and Town residents.

Highlights of Town of Yucca Valley’s profile include:

·         The continued collaboration with other Agencies, such as the Hi-Desert Water District on the wastewater treatment facility and the County of San Bernardino on the replacement animal shelter.

·         The numerous community celebrations held throughout the year, the arts and culture found here and the hometown atmosphere that makes Yucca Valley an enjoyable place to live and visit.

“The Town has a strong track record of overcoming significant hurdles in our 20 years since incorporation,” said Yucca Valley Town Manager Mark Nuaimi. “That experience allows us to collaborate today with a number of agencies as we tackle the latest challenges.”

The overarching goal of the “Strong Cities” campaign is to promote the innovation and experience of local officials in delivering vital services at a time when this expertise is vitally needed by state leaders struggling with fundamental issues of governance. “Strong Cities | Strong State” seeks to position cities as vital, necessary and equal partners in building a better California.

The Strong Cities | Strong State campaign will continue profiling individual cities each day, with a goal of highlighting all California cities over the coming year-and-a-half. Profiles include photos, video and other media articulating how each individual City has been working to both provide essential services, as well as elevate the quality life of its residents. Success stories will range from public safety initiatives to educational partnerships, infrastructure improvements to community engagement strategies and more.

Visit “Strong Cities | Strong State” at www.strongcitiesstrongstate.com.

Yucca Valley Website  http://www.yucca-valley.org

 

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