The Mountain View community, along with the rest of the world, has experienced an unprecedented public health crisis that none of us could have ever imagined. On March 12, the City declared a state of emergency, and on March 17, the entire Bay Area began sheltering in place. In two short months, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we do business, how we deliver services, and how we gather together as a community.
Many of us have been operating in crisis mode, working diligently to identify and gather resources, and redirect them to the most impacted and vulnerable residents in our community. While this continues to be critical and important work, it is also important to for us to begin planning for the phased recovery from the current pandemic, and look towards the future to ensure our continued resilience. For that reason, the City is initiating a collaborative dialogue with a diverse array of stakeholders in our community to plan for our recovery.
The roundtable consists of stakeholders from multiple sectors in the community to come together to provide ideas, share information, and leverage resources for identifying community action steps to support Mountain View’s recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The scope of the roundtable is to answer the following questions:
The roundtable will be time-limited, meeting monthly beginning June 3, 2020 through October 2021.
Community stakeholders include representatives from the following organizations:
In addition to the community stakeholder in put, the Mayor is visiting each Advisory Body to provide an overview of the City's COVID-19 actions, an overview of the purpose and scope of the Resiliency Roundtable, and to receive advisory body feedback and input on the challenges and opportunities for reopening our community.
As of June 23, 2020, the following Advisory Bodies have provided input:
For more information, please contact Christina Gilmore, Assistant to the City Manager at email@example.com