Community Outreach and Engagement regarding Issues Related to Levi's Stadium

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Results from Community Outreach and Engagement Effort

At the Joint City Council/Stadium Authority Board meeting held June 21, 2018, the results detailing the culmination of a months-long effort to seek community feedback on Levi's Stadium-related issues was presented. The presentation and accompanying reports may be found at the following links:

Powerpoint Presentation
Public Dialogue Consortium Summary of Community Engagement Input
EMC Research January Near Neighbor & Santa Clara Voter Issue Identification Survey
EMC Research Near Neighbor Business Issue Identification Survey
EMC Research Near Neighbor and Santa Clara Resident Focus Group report
EMC Research May Solutions Survey

Background

On October 17, 2017 the Santa Clara Stadium Authority voted unanimously to undertake a robust community outreach and engagement process related to identifying the community’s perspectives on issues such as noise, public safety, nuisances, parking, flyovers, crowd control, cleanliness, loitering, lighting, pyrotechnics/fireworks, performance curfew, and other items.

We greatly appreciate the community’s interest in these issues and encourage the public to continue to visit this link for information about this project, the process, and how you can offer your input if desired.

Project Objectives

This Project’s objective is to implement a transparent, independent and comprehensive process to gather statistically valid public views on a variety of policy issues related to Levi’s Stadium, and to facilitate meaningful, robust qualitative input from stakeholders and the public on these issues.

To gather as much meaningful input as possible, both quantitative and qualitative approaches will be utilized, including (quantitative) broad-based public opinion research polling and scientific focus groups, and (qualitative) one-on-one leadership and community interviews and organizational focus groups.

These processes will touch hundreds of residents and stakeholders. The Authority is looking forward to further engaging the public on these issues, keeping the community informed, and collecting information that can form the basis for potential policy decisions moving forward if desired by the Board.

City Council/Stadium Authority Board Agenda Reports and Presentations

January 30, 2018
Agenda Report - Introduction of Consultants and Review of Work Plan
Powerpoint Presentation - Public Engagement Project Work Plan Update

Get Involved!

The City of Santa Clara and the Santa Clara Stadium Authority recently initiated a transparent, independent and comprehensive engagement process to hear the community's views on a variety of issues related to Levi's Stadium. The Public Dialogue Consortium (PDC) has been hired to coordinate community engagement efforts to ensure impartiality as we gather input from the community.

Community Engagement Meetings Held 

• April 26, 6:00 p.m. Central Park Library, Redwood Rom, 2635 Homestead Ave

Please RSVP to attend: https://levistadium4-26-18.eventbrite.com

• April 28, 10:00 a.m. Community Recreation Center, 969 Kiely Boulevard

Please RSVP to attend: https://levistadium4-28-18.eventbrite.com

• May 9, 6:00 p.m. Northside Library Community Room, 695 Moreland Way

Please RSVP to attend: https://levistadium5-9-18.eventbrite.com

Archive of Open City Hall Survey

To view the short survey, please visit https://www.peakdemocracy.com/6172

Expand/Contract Questions and Answers

  • Some of us just received a question asking political questions about the stadium. Is this related to this project?

  • What is the general timeframe for the project?

  • What methods will be used for gathering the data?

  • Will the questions and methodology be available for public review?

  • Who will be conducting this work?

  • How can I participate in this process and make my perspectives known?

  • How can we ensure the integrity of online communications and community engagement?

  • Are the consultants going to include additional focus groups and expand community engagement beyond what is planned?

  • How will the results of the process be used?


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