June 05, 2024
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Your voice matters!  Flooding, extreme weather, storm surge, sea level rise, heat issues and other natural hazards are affecting all of us now – and well into the future.  The Resilient Pasco Project aims to promote countywide resilience and sustainability planning around these hazards, and other environmental and economic vulnerabilities.

Share your opinions at one of our public workshops in June to engage in critical discussions about the results of our countywide vulnerability assessment – and to provide invaluable feedback.

Workshop 1: 
CARES Elfers Senior Center  
4136 Barker Drive, New Port Richey
Tuesday June 18, 6 - 8pm

Workshop 2: 
Hudson Regional Library 
8012 Library Road, Hudson
Thursday June 20, 6-8pm

Workshop 3: 
PHSC East Campus | Building A
36727 Blanton Road | Room 240 Dade City
Monday June 24, 6-8pm

Workshop 4:  
Land O' Lakes Library  
2818 Collier Parkway Land O' Lakes
Wednesday June 26, 6-8pm

Light refreshments will be provided at each workshop.

Can't attend?  Share your thoughts online!  Visit mypasco.net/resilience to access our online survey.  Your participation is key to creating a more resilient future for Pasco County.  Join us and be part of this important conversation!