The Costa Mesa Police Department will be holding a town hall meeting on Tuesday, April 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. in City Council Chambers to unveil the City’s new Coyote Management Plan.
Speakers will include members of the Police Department, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, and a coyote researcher from the University of California.
City and Police Department staff have also produced a new video about coyotes that will be shown that evening.
The management plan includes a new mobile website for the self-reporting of coyote activity, a new Police Department coyote hotline and a community training program.
The experts will also provide a detailed explanation of coyote behavior and strategies the community can employ to mitigate the frequency of coyotes within City neighborhoods.