How can I get involved in the MMTSP?

There are several ways you can be a part of the program including:

  • Attend the community workshops where we will have information, discussion and opportunities for you to be a part of developing the program
  • Volunteer to be a “Neighborhood Champion” to help organize and lead activities in your community
  • Attend “WALKshops” being organized throughout the city, to go observe conditions and see example improvements in person
  • Raise awareness about traffic safety in your neighborhood

Want to have a more active role in the Program? Become a Neighborhood Champion!

Neighborhood Champions will play an important role in leading the program by:

  • Communicating program goals and progress to neighbors and soliciting participation in local MMTSP activities
  • Attending training to lead a “WALKshops” with neighbors
  • Assisting the city at community workshops by sharing information about the program and participating in discussions

The expected commitment from Neighborhood Champions includes:

  • Attending a Neighborhood Champion orientation and training meeting on Wednesday, October 2, 5:30-6:30 pm at City Hall
  • Leading 1-2 WALKshops with a group of residents at pre-selected locations in October prior to Community Workshop #1 (training and materials will be provided)
  • Participating in Community Workshop #1 on Wednesday, October 30, 4:30-6:30 pm at the Citrus Heights Community Center
  • Participating in Community Workshops #2 and #3 at dates and times to be determined

If you are interested in becoming a Neighborhood Champion, download and complete an application here NEIGHBORHOOD CHAMPION and email it to MMTSP@CitrusHeights.net – mark your calendars for the Champion Orientation and Training on October 2.

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1. Why is the city doing this program now?
2. Who is paying for the MMTSP?
3. How can I get involved in the MMTSP?
4. What is the outcome of the MMTSP?
5. When will the Program development be complete?
6. What about requests that have already been made?
7. Does the city have money to install improvements?
8. Neighborhood Safety Toolbox