Councilmember Chris Cate (District 6)
The City of San Diego works effectively, efficiently and collaboratively when residents are connected, involved and engaged. You are our stakeholders.
If you have an interest for making your neighborhood better, please view the resources below or contact my office at (619) 236-6616.
Councilmember - 6th District
City of San Diego
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City Council meetings and meetings of City Council committees are open to the public. They are also broadcast live on television and streamed live on the web. Upcoming agendas are distributed before the meetings take place.
Community members are welcome to speak on docket items at the meetings, as well as on topics of their choice during the "Non-Agenda Public Comment" period of the meetings.
To find out more about what's going on at City Council, please see the following links:
Each of San Diego's diverse neighborhoods is represented by an officially recognized community planning group.
Community planning groups provide official recommendations to the City on community goals and land development proposals. Their meetings also provide a forum for the community to discuss issues and events that affect the community.
Most planning groups hold meetings monthly. The meetings are always open to the public. Planning groups also hold annual elections to the group's executive committee.
You can find a link to your planning group in the "Community Groups" section of your community's page.
The City Planning & Community Investment website also has additional information about community planning groups.
If you are a community-minded individual interested in serving on a City board or commission, please contact Jenna Harris in my office.
Additional information about boards and commissions can be found here: City Boards and Commissions Website.
I would be happy to provide congratulatory certificates, commendations and proclamations to fellow District 6 residents in commemoration of special occasions or accomplishments such as birthdays, wedding anniversaries, retirements, births, or community service. Please submit your request here.
City Council Community Projects, Programs and Services (CPPS) funding is allocated to public agencies or non-profit organizations for one-time community, social, environmental, cultural or recreational needs which serve a lawful public purpose.
Please visit the CPPS webpage for additional information, including guidelines and application.
For sixth district-specific questions, please contact Jenna Harris in my office.