Meetings & Outreach Events

Get Involved!

The Franklin-Beachwood Community Plan is a long-range policy document meant to guide development of the community for the next 20 years. The planning process encourages public participation to ensure the plan is reflective of the community’s values and vision for the future. Below is a list of all future and past public hearings and community engagement and outreach events. 

Sign-up for email notifications of these events by filling out our Email Mailing List survey.

If you have any questions about the Plan Update progress and/or participation, please email communityplans@countyofmerced.com or call (209) 385-7654, Ext. 4407.

Current/Future Events

EventLocation, Date, Time*DescriptionMaterials
Community
Meeting #1
Zoom Video Conference Call
February 3, 2021
6:00 PM
This meeting will kick-off the project, review existing conditions, and discuss project objectives and goals and the community vision.


Zoom 101 Reference Handout

Community Meeting Recording

Community Plan QuestionnaireComplete the questionnaire by February 10, 2021

(Original deadline: January 27, 2021)
The community questionnaire will focus on community identity, preferences and priorities that will inform the update processEnglish Questionnaire (Closed)

Spanish Questionnaire (Closed)

Questionnaire Results

*Location, Date, and Time may change based on State and County COVID-19 guidance

Past Events

EventLocation, Date, TimeDescriptionMaterials
Draft Outreach & Engagement Plan Presentation to the Franklin-Beachwood Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)Franklin Elementary School
January 22, 2020
6:00 PM
Present and receive feedback on the outreach and engagement activities to be included in the Community Plan Update process.Draft Outreach and Engagement Program
Pre-Scoping Presentation to the Franklin-Beachwood Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)

Franklin Elementary School
December 18, 2019
6:00 PM
Introduce the community plan update process and receive suggestions about how the County should engage and involve the community.
Presentation