Agoura Hills Helps the Public ‘Get Connected’ to City Information

(The following is from a press release)

Screen Shot 2015-01-21 at 10.44.08 AMIn an effort to help residents obtain civic information conveniently and directly, the city of Agoura Hills announced it is starting the New Year with a “Get Connected” campaign.

Coming in February is a directory card which will list all city-related websites, emails, phones, accounts and apps for quick access to community links. Residents will receive the handy directory card by mail. The card is also available to the general public for pick up at Agoura Hills City Hall, Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center and the Agoura Hills Library.

The campaign is an outreach effort to help the public get instant access to information, report problems, get notifications of city happenings and learn about events, classes and other community services. In addition to the city’s website and email addresses, the card lists such web addresses as the city’s recreation department, Community Concert Band organization, and its signature event, Reyes Adobe Days. For social media, the city has the links to its Facebook page and twitter account.

Also listed on the card is the new “See, Click and Fix” app, giving residents quick access to reporting problems and hazards they see around town such as illegal dumping and fallen trees. For those who wish to receive city notifications and alerts, they can learn how to sign up for C-MAIL through the city’s website. The directory listing also includes traditional phone numbers, too.

“The goal of our ‘Get Connected’ effort was to create a handy reference directory for residents to access the information they want efficiently and help us serve them effectively anytime of day or night,” said Greg Ramirez, city manager for Agoura Hills.

For more information on the “Get Connected” listings, contact the city of Agoura Hills at 818-597-7300, visit or email [email protected] 

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