Conflict between coyotes, people and pets are becoming increasingly common problems in urban and suburban areas across the country. Increased coyote sightings, attacks on pets, and even fear for human safety are concerning to local residents and pose challenges for animal control professionals.
At the direction of the City Council, the city is conducting a public awareness campaign to inform residents of the presence of coyotes in all areas of Huntington Beach and how best to stay safe. A brochure was developed and is being inserted in all residents' municipal water bills. The brochure is also being placed in libraries and community centers. The brochure is attached below and can be sent via email to anyone wishing to assist in its distribution.
To receive a copy electronically, simple email Community Relations Officer Laurie Frymire at email@example.com.
Attachment: coyote trifold.pdf
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