The next two sessions (Community Economics and Community Development) are presented as a two-part series. Starting with Community Economics, and over the course of the next two sessions, the class participants will gain a basic level of understanding of the building blocks of a community, and the connection between governmental decision-making, land use, and the influence of community economics. They will learn how community services are financed and understand the trade-offs that become necessary given limited resources.
“There is no better way to learn about your community than through Leadership San Ramon Valley.”
— Christine Mabry, ’07 Parks and Recreation Supervisor, Town of Danville