MEDFORD, Ore. — City officials will be going door-to-door on Monday night starting at 5:45 p.m., talking to residents of the Summerfield neighborhood in Medford. The effort is part of Operation C.A.R.E.—or Community Awareness Rejuvenation Effort.
The focus will be to gather the concerns of city residents regarding livability and city services, according to a statement from the City of Medford. City officials will also be giving out information about different neighborhood projects, social and emergency services, and the Neighborhood Watch program, among others.
Once residents have had a chance to comment, the results are to be analyzed and issues compiled to be addressed by the appropriate City departments "in a timely fashion," said the City statement.
Last October, City officials visited the Springbrook Road and Cedar Links area as part of Operation C.A.R.E. The results of those surveys may be viewed below.
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