- Lompoc Community Development Director Christe Alarcon when asked about Park Maintenance

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 - Lompoc Community Development Director Christe Alarcon when asked about Park Maintenance

 - Why does Lompoc have a deficit with no reserves? Overspending and mismanagement.

Lompoc Police Chief Joe Mariani gives devastating report on 11/2/21. Full 14 minute comment. 

How are you feeling Lompoc? 

The following is a survey conducted June-July via Typeform

Demographics:

  • Total Respondents: 300

  • 95% Live in Lompoc

  • ~72% have lived in Lompoc for more than 30 years

  • More than half work in Lompoc

Summary of Results:

  • Almost three-quarters of respondents say they do not feel safe in Lompoc

  • ~84% feel public safety has gotten worse

  • ~41% rank Lompoc Park Quality at 2-3(5 being the highest)

  • Only 10% say the street quality is sufficient 

Do you live in Lompoc?
Do you live in Lompoc?

Yes - 95.7% No - 4.3%

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How Long have you lived in Lompoc?
How Long have you lived in Lompoc?

N/A 13.4% Less than a year 1.3% 1-5 years 6.7% 6-15 years 6.7% 16-30 years 31.8% 30+ years 40.1%

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How would you rank the general quality and usability of Lompoc's parks(0=Awful, 5=Great)?
How would you rank the general quality and usability of Lompoc's parks(0=Awful, 5=Great)?

0 - 11.37% 1 - 11.71% 2 - 36.79% 3 - 25.08% 4 - 10.7% 5 - 4.35%

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Do you live in Lompoc?
Do you live in Lompoc?

Yes - 95.7% No - 4.3%

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Overdose Stats 20-21
Overdose Stats 20-21

Overdose rate per 100k Santa Maria: 25.5 Santa Barbara: 41.7 Lompoc: 63 Total Fatal Overdoses 20-21 Santa Maria: 50 Santa Barbara: 68 Lompoc: 50

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Overdose Stats 20-21
Overdose Stats 20-21

Overdose rate per 100k Santa Maria: 25.5 Santa Barbara: 41.7 Lompoc: 63 Total Fatal Overdoses 20-21 Santa Maria: 50 Santa Barbara: 68 Lompoc: 50

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Addiction leads to lost lives..

Working on finding solutions for the homeless concerns in has shown me the sad reality of drug addiction. Lompoc has the highest overdose rate in the county and now fentanyl has taken most of the market.

 

We must have accountable compassion for our homeless while providing law enforcement the resources to keep the open drug use off the streets.