We live in a diverse area with
numerous options for shopping, dining, and services. But did you
know your decision on where to shop directly impacts our community?
It’s important to shop locally, to shop in Calabasas—it really does
make a difference!
Every time you eat at a restaurant
within the City of Calabasas, you help provide funding for parks,
trails, open space, youth and senior services, library and
recreation programs, street maintenance and more. Approximately 32%
of the City’s annual operating budget comes from sales and use tax,
and 1% of each taxable sale in Calabasas stays right here at home,
going directly into the General Fund helping provide the local
services that make living in Calabasas special.
When you dine at a business outside
of Calabasas, even just across the street, money that could serve
our community disappears into other cities and counties, providing
services for other communities.
- Helps create new jobs for
- Ensures a healthy economy for
- Reduces fossil fuel emissions
and gasoline costs, saving you time and money—and helping keep
Calabasas green and clean
- Supports local businesses,
giving Calabasas its unique character
- Encourages local
- Creates a true sense of
- And most importantly, helps
provide valuable public services like parks, trails, libraries,
recreation programs, public safety, and street and landscape
Plus, we have great restaurants
here with the best food in the region!!
You have a choice—make the decision
to put your money to work right here at home in Calabasas! Make
Calabasas businesses your first stop. . . Dine Calabasas!
simple to make sure you Dine Calabasas and put your tax
money to work right here in our community! The red line on
the map shows the boundary of the City of Calabasas, and the
list of restaurants on the left helps you support local
businesses. Simply click on the name of
the restaurant for the exact location.
Remember—every time you dine
within the City of Calabasas, you help provide funding for
parks, trails, open space, youth and senior services,
library and recreation programs, street maintenance and
Dine locally, Dine
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