DEL MAR — The deadline to provide input on what a new City Hall and Civic Center should look like is fast approaching, and city officials are making it easy for anyone to provide weigh in.
The survey can be completed with a computer, smartphone or paper and pen.
In December, about 40 people participated in a workshop aimed at garnering input to replace the aging and embarrassing City Hall at 1050 Camino del Mar.
Using information from that meeting, city officials put together a survey to see if others in the community agree with the consensus reached.
The 16-question survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and asks for input on where the new facility should be built, what it should include and how it should be financed.
The questionnaire is available on the city website using a link on the home page or scanning a QR code in the city manager’s weekly update. It can also be accessed at http://delmar.ca.us/Pages/CivicCenterPlanning.aspx or by going into City Hall.
The survey closes Feb. 15.
Results will be discussed at the Feb. 18 City Council meeting.
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