Lompoc Launches Business Visitation Program

Contact: Samantha Scroggin
Public Information Officer
Community Relations Manager, City of Lompoc
Office: 805-875-8278 Cell: 805-757-3924

City of Lompoc Launches Business Visitation Program
The Economic and Community Development Department wants to hear from local businesses

LOMPOC, CA, June 15, 2016 – The City of Lompoc wants to pay our local businesses a visit!

The City is pleased to announce its Business Visitation Program, which provides local business leaders the opportunity to meet with city staff and discuss business needs, concerns, accomplishments and expansion plans.

The City of Lompoc is proud to be business-friendly, and wants to encourage local businesses to take advantage of this Business Visitation Program. During a Business Visit, city staff including the city manager and/or the economic development director/ assistant city manager will meet with businesses to have a discussion about the business community in Lompoc.

The program is being implemented with the goals of: demonstrating city support for local businesses; strengthening communication among city staff, local businesses and residents; providing opportunities for local business promotion, attracting more business, and exploring short and long- term solutions to any business-related problems.

The Business Visitation Program is available to all businesses within Lompoc city limits, and all businesses are encouraged to take part in this exciting opportunity. Business Visitation Requests can be submitted online at , and city staff will contact applicants to set up an appointment.


City of Lompoc
The City of Lompoc, known as “The City of Arts and Flowers”, was founded as a town in 1874 and incorporated as a city on Aug. 13, 1888. Prior to the City’s establishment, the building of La Purisima Mission in 1787 marked the earliest European settlement in the Lompoc Valley. Growth in the Lompoc Valley was sparked by the 1901 completion of the coastal railroad between San Francisco and Los Angeles, which included the extension of a spur into Lompoc. The Lompoc Valley is home to Vandenberg Air Force Base, the first missile base of the United States Air Force. Today, the City of Lompoc is a travel destination for its downtown mural program, local wines and acclaimed cuisine, historic landmarks, parks and nearby beaches. For more information, visit:

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