Concerned Citizens for Avila
A Community Action Group
March 8, 2018
Together we can protect the natural environment, 
safety and accessibility of Avila.
Petition Signatures Over 1,100! 
What an amazing week!

The Petition for Responsible Development in Avila has over 1,100 signatures and was the lead story for the March 5 KSBY evening news with an on-camera interview of several locals expressing their concerns, including CC4A board member Martin Suits. An accompanying article on their website linked to the Petition. See the story HERE.

Thank you to the many Petition signers who wrote comments.

Please continue encouraging people to sign. Post to Facebook! You can forward this link to family and friends to sign online:

Sign Online:

Please note that CC4A is not collecting donations online. After  entering your name be certain to click on SUBMIT to make sure your signature is counted. 

Or: You can print the Petition, get signatures and mail to CC4A at the address below. Signed Petitions can also be given to any CC4A board member.

Download the Petition  HERE for printing. 

Remember, o ur biggest challenge in prioritizing safety for Avila is e nsuring new development follows a well-researched General Plan that reflects community input. The update of the Avila General Plan in process will not be finished for another 3-4 years. Our safety is likely to be significantly compromised by allowing new development to proceed before the General Plan is adopted.

Sign Online HERE.
For more information click HERE.

Mail to:  Concerned Citizens for Avila, PO Box 2476, Avila Beach, CA 93424.

CC4A Board of Directors: Betty Hartig, Sherri Danoff, Carol Goldberg, Beverly Henry, Martin Suits, Heather Nelson, Dave Humphreys.

Working together we can make a difference!