Speaking Engagement:

How Cities Can Use Their Existing Land to Achieve Economic Development Goals and Upgrade Their City Facilities

Event Information


Tuesday, April 26 - Thursday, April 28


The South San Francisco Conference Center
255 S Airport Blvd, South San Francisco 94080


A Case Study on the City of La Habra and City Ventures Public/Private Partnership on developing a new civic center and residential development

Sponsored By:

California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)

Program Overview:

Kronick shareholder Jon Goetz will participate in a panel that will discuss the public/private partnership between the City of La Habra and City Ventures where City Ventures sold the City a piece of property that allowed the City to construct a new City Hall almost doubling the size of the existing facility and where the City will sell City Ventures the current City Hall location for the development of 75 new residential owner occupied homes. The session will highlight economic impacts, legal framework and explore the relationship between how the two entities made it work.

Attendees will learn the following:

  • How to Identify Development Opportunities
  • Economic Impact of Residential in the Community
  • Establishing the Legal Framework to Structure the Deal


Please visit CALED's website for more information.