Category: State of the City

MADE IN FULLERTON

Our city is strong and we are well positioned to meet the challenges and opportunities of the coming months and years. Thank you for your investment in our community, it’s your optimism and enthusiasm in our future that gives me added confidence we’re on the right track. Before we close, think about what is made…

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QUALITY OF LIFE

So a city can be safe, well maintained, and economically strong, but how does that city remain that special place we want to call home? We’re a big city with a small town feel because we invest in our people, we honor our heritage through preservation, and we grow opportunities to gather as a community…

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PUBLIC SAFETY

Along with infrastructure, Public Safety is job #1 for our city. Our Police Department and Fire Department are the best in our region. It’s critical we retain the highest quality police and fire personnel in order to maintain the quality and consistency of our public safety efforts. We have prioritized giving our public safety the…

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INFRASTRUCTURE AND TRANSPORTATION

Moving on, we are a city on the move; we’re a transportation city–built on the railroad with Orange County’s only municipal airport. When it comes to infrastructure our city had to start where we are, use what we have and do what we can. And we’ve done a lot! The first phase of our airport…

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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

As a daughter of a small businessman and former Chamber President, I love to see our local economy thrive! From our hawkish protection of the industrial potential of the 43-acre former Beckman-Coulter Headquarters site to CJ Foods’ multiple expansion projects, to our current focus on the Fox Block development, we are committed to growing our…

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State of Our City

We are truly blessed to call Fullerton home and I’m honored to lead our community this year as your Mayor. People like all of us believe in our community so much we devote our time and energy to ensuring its success and future prosperity, not just because may be good for our bottom line or…

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