TheCity of Ormond Beach will be discussing public safety and emergencypreparedness in the fourth of a six part community engagement series called TheOB Life on September 25 at 6 p.m. at 1687 W. Granada Blvd. The goal of theinformational and interactive series is to gather resident input to share withthe Ormond Beach City Commission as they update the city’s strategic plan in2019.
PublicSafety, defined as the prevention and protection from events that couldendanger the safety of the general public, encompasses more than patrollingcity streets and fighting fires. Public Safety in Ormond Beach includescrime prevention; public outreach in schools, homeowners associations, andbusinesses; responding to emergency medical calls; and assisting residents inpreparing for major weather events. This is an opportunity to learn moreabout public safety and emergency preparedness in your community, providefeedback on the City’s delivery of critical services, and share ideas for ourfuture. Following the format of previous meetings, attendees will beasked to respond to polling questions and participate in a question and answersession. All information from the meeting, including a video andresponses to questions, will be posted on the city’s website, OrmondBeach.org.
Thediscussion on public safety and emergency preparedness will be presented byOrmond Beach Police Chief Robert “Jesse” Godfrey, Ormond Beach Police CaptainChris Roos, and Ormond Beach Fire Chief Richard Sievers.
TheSeptember 25 meeting will be held at the Calvary Christian Academy Kids Center,1687 W. Granada Blvd, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. For more information, visitOrmondBeach.org.
Personswith a disability such as vision, hearing or speech impairment, or personsneeding other types of assistance, and who wish to attend may contact the CityClerk in writing, or may call 677-0311 for information regarding available aids and services.