CSUN Resiliency Town Hall

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Resiliency Plan Meeting
We’re enthusiastic to find out what CSUN Department of Urban Studies & Planning Students have learned from a laser-focused study of the community of North Hills West. This will be a virtual Town Hall. You can join via zoom.us Meeting ID: 872 6457 7380 Passcode: 043768 or by calling Toll Free: 669-900-6833. It’s is not only for students to present their findings to us, it’s also OUR opportunity as stakeholders to weigh in on what concerns us most as a community. During the course of this interactive Town Hall, we’ll discuss possible ways in which we can address concerns and find ways to make the community of North Hills West stronger and more resilient throughout any crisis we face – by working together as a more cohesive and responsive community!
A North Hills West Town Hall Meeting will be taking place February 26th, at 10am. Resilience aims to empower individuals, communities, institutions, businesses and systems of North Hills West to lead, adapt, connect, and grow despite stressors, disruption, or disasters. Come find out what the Students of CSUN’s Urban Planning Graduate group have learned about the current state of resiliency in North Hills West. Give your feedback on what is important to continue to strengthen the community! This event will include break out sessions to hear your feedback. Be a part of the team planning for resiliency within the North Hills West Community!

What are the objectives of the town hall? The CSUN team is working to make sure that the North Hills West Resiliency Plan will be tailored to our real-world (rather than theoretical) needs and wants – based upon stakeholder feedback. This is our community’s chance to weigh in on how we’d like North Hills West to grow closer together so that no matter what our shared future may hold, we can continue to thrive in the years to come.

What should attendees hope to learn or do? The members of the cohort will explain what the term “resiliency” means in terms of cities, towns, and neighborhoods and why it’s advantageous for any community as a whole to invest time and resources into preparing for emergencies and crises of all sorts. By planning ahead not only for current trends but by also making contingency “what if” plans for unforeseen but inevitable changes, individuals and their households, entire neighborhood blocks can improve their ability to “roll with the punches” as a group, adapting to every “new normal” that we face with less stress knowing that we’re not alone. We’re all in this together and with some contingency plans in place, we can face whatever the future holds in the most positive and productive manner possible. We can “Stay Calm and Carry On!”

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