Learn about issues that are important to youth: 34% of Watsonville’s population. Hear innovative ideas about how to generate revenue for the city, support schools and reduce crime. Bring your ideas about how young people can have an impact on our community.
The results from the Watsonville Youth Safety Survey in which more than 300 teens participated will be presented at the meeting. The Watsonvile Youth City Council members attended Crime Prevention Summit and have gathered ideas from youth about how to keep our streets safe.
Dulce Sixtos, Mayor (Ceiba High School)
Alvaro Zamora, Vice-Mayor/District 2 (Pajaro Valley High School)
Nahara Villalobos, City Attorney and City Clerk (Watsonville High School)
Jesus Estrada, City Manager (Pajaro Valley High School)
Jiayao Huang, Parks and Recreation (Pajaro Valley High School)
Ulises Cisneros, Chief of Police (Ceiba High School)
Edgar Lopez, Fire Chief (Watsonville High School)
Juanita Alvarez, District 1 (Ceiba High School)
Selena Corona, District 3 (Watsonville High School)
Jeffrey Garcia, District 4 (Ceiba High School)
Jonathan Fry, District 5 (Pajaro Valley High School)
Alyssa Martinez, District 7 (Pacific Coast Charter)
The meeting will be televised live on Community TV and conducted by Mayor, Dulce Sixtos, a sophomore at Ceiba High and Vice-Mayor, Alvaro Zamora, a senior at Pajaro Valley High School. Other council members are representing high schools throughout Watsonville.
Eduardo Montesino, Mayor of Watsonville
Lori Butterworth (click here to send an email)