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California [un]inc. – A Coalition of Unincorporated Communities

6,520,608

The number of Californians with no local government.

million

GROWTH IN POPULATION SINCE THE LAST NEW CITY WAS FORMED IN CALIFORNIA

Over the past seven years, despite a population increase of over two million, no new cities have formed in the state of California. State policymakers of a past generation have unwittingly removed cityhood from the realm of possibility for millions of California residents.

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Help forgotten communities incorporate

The State has unwittingly placed roadblocks in front of communities wishing to become cities, by moving money around in an effort to be fiscally responsible. AB 2491 would have restored a vital source of funding for new cities, and sets proponents of cityhood up for sucess.

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Restoring local democracy: One email at a time.

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The Daily Nexus, a student-run newspaper in Isla Vista, CA wrote a piece on the history of their citizens’ struggle for local government. “At that first meeting, I really remember[…]

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Call your member! Support AB 818

For seven years, advocates for local control and cityhood have run into a brick wall. In 2011, an 11th-hour budget deal reallocated a crucial revenue source for Cities, and delivered[…]

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A Perspective From a Community Wishing to Become a City

Michael Kusiak is a founding member of Castro Valley Matters and serves as its president. He is working with residents of unincorporated communities statewide in a newly formed group called California, (un)Incorporated.[…]

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