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The City of El Cajon is Getting Social
Communication is the "imparting or exchanging of information or news.” Communicating through social media sites has increased dramatically over the past few years.
The City of El Cajon currently relies on five social media platforms to communicate with its residents, businesses, and visitors: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and Nixle.
In an effort to increase its communication, the City strives to grow its social media presence by posting more frequently, increasing followers, and engaging the public.
Increasing Posts – in addition to routine City news, the City uses social media to document exciting and important projects such as constructing the new Animal Shelter, renovating Wells Park, completion of development projects, etc.
Increasing Followers – the City encourages its social media savvy residents to follow us and share our posts to showcase the amazing progress occurring in our community.
Engaging the Public – the City seeks ways to increase engagement on social media. For example, at the upcoming Hauntfest event, the City is hosting a photo posting contest for those that hashtag photos with #ECHauntfest17. More details to follow as the event gets closer...
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- Dec 13
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We are excited to announce project construction of the new El Cajon Animal Shelter is now 40% complete! Overhead ductwork, plumbing, and electrical installation is on-going. West storefront entrance construction has commenced. Kennel manufacturing and installation, shelter flooring and tile, X-ray room, PA System, and the Shelter’s donor feature are all being worked on behind the scenes. For more details, go to: www.ci.el-cajon.ca.us/AnimalShelterUpdate #nextbestfriend #elcajoncity #elcajonanimalshelter
- Dec 12
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Congrats to Asst Rec Supervisor Christy McBride for being awarded Woman of the Year by WILS [Women in Leisure Services]. #ElCajon #valleyofopportunity #ECRec
- Dec 12
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As part of the City Council approved three-phase renovation project, phase one includes the recently completed new fencing for specific areas at #WellsPark to enhance the safety and security of park guests, part of Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design #CPTED strategies. More change is coming to Wells Park in the coming months and year. #valleyofopportunity