PROTECT your property. DEFEND your community. PRESERVE your rural way of life.
What is SEDA?
The city of Fresno has introduced an extensive plan to develop the 9,000 acres in southeast Fresno at the expense of productive agricultural land. The City's planning group has been working on this Southeast Develeopment Area (SEDA) project for several years. Property owners in the area should have been notified of the plan but many were not. SEPO organized to inform property owners of this intrusive plan and to organize a voice of opposition against it. Click on the map to see how your property will be affected and take a look at the land use descriptions.
What can I do?
Submit a letter
Send your city and county representatives a letter. Let them know that you, a voting citizen, are opposed to the plan and request that they reject it when the time comes. There is no deadline for submitting a letter, as long as you do so before the city vote. That date has not been announced yet.
Need help formulating a letter? We have created a form letter, as well as a list of representatives (who and where) to send your letters to. These materials can be found on our news page.
Make an appearance
The city will be voting on this plan as early as October. We are asking for everyone to show up in red that day to send the city council a message. We will also have speakers addressing the council with our concerns. Addional days we plan to appear before the council will be posted on our news page. Sign the Petition
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Sign up to receive our email updates. We send out periodic emails to keep you informed on important dates, the latest information we obtain, and ways to stay involved. You will also receive invitations to our general meetings which occur once or twice a month. Send us and email and ask to be added to the list.
Attend a SEPO meeting
See details below.
Date and time TBDMountain View Church 6175 E Kings Canyon Rd, Fresno, CA 93727
Details will be posted when the next general meeting is scheduled.