Be Part of the Conversation--Join Open Novato Today

Dear Novato Community,

We are pleased to offer you an easy way to express your opinion on important City issues--from wherever you are! The City is launching an online community forum, "Open Novato," which will feature topics ranging from land use, to policy, to budget--and much more.

Our first topic will be to identify and prioritize study areas for our General Plan Update--which will help us as we develop our workplan for this important planning effort. The following topic will be selecting land uses for the North Redwood Corridor. Don't miss out on this opportunity to Get Involved, Get Heard, and Learn More.

Sign up now: www.novato.org/opennovato and share your ideas to continue making Novato a wonderful place to live!

We are listening!


Michael Frank
City Manager

City of Novato August 28, 2013 at 04:05 PM
Roger--please feel free to e-mail me at publicinfo@novato.org, so I can directly respond to your inquiries as I get answers to each of them. Appreciate your interest (and time)!
Roger August 29, 2013 at 12:28 PM
City, I thought the idea of Open Novato was for all the public to see the questions asked and the City's answers. I notice not too many people have commented on the City's Open Novato website. Perhaps the City posting answers on the Patch would be more widely "open"?
Michael Douglas August 29, 2013 at 05:56 PM
Thank you for the latest on the sports complex.
Sylvia Barry September 11, 2013 at 10:53 PM
City - Driving to Petaluma today, I noticed road work past Olompali Park and lots of activities there. Are you sure there will only be bike path to Petaluma? Also, once that's done, how easy it is for state to come in and change that to service road all the way through from Petaluma?
Roger September 12, 2013 at 01:07 PM
Sylvia, there will be lots of frontage road, but with some gaps. For example, a bike path only will connect the the landfill overpass with the State park. That is what I hear from the officials.


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