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Neighborhood Group Leaders Association (NGLA), Neighborhood Programs

The Neighborhood Group Leaders Association was established to build a communication link between the City and neighborhood groups to address needs and concerns of residents, as well as forming a partnership to improve the quality of life in Longmont as a community.

To participate in the program neighborhood groups register with the City of Longmont. As a member of the association the group leaders will receive information from the Planning Division of the Community Development Department, the Planning and Zoning Commission agendas, and the City Council agendas. In addition neighborhood group leaders attend the monthly Neighborhood Group Leaders Association meeting to keep abreast of city, community, and school district issues, and usually invite a guest speaker to address the current issues.

 

UPCOMING NGLA MEETINGS:

January 16, 2014

February 20, 2014

March 20, 2014

Appreciative Inquiry

Human Services

Youth Council Grant Application

April 17, 2014

May 15, 2014

June 19, 2014

July

No Meeting

August

No Meeting

September 18, 2014

October 16, 2014

November 20, 2014

December 18, 2014
Holiday Party

 

NGLA keeps minutes from each of their monthly meetings

Select the link below to read the minutes

2014
2013
         
January
Minutes
February
March
April
n/a
May
 
n/a
June
   
n/a
July
No Meeting
August
No Meeting
September
   
October
   
November
   
December
   

 

 

To continue to participate in the Neighborhood Group Leaders Association and to continue receiving information from the City, each neighborhood group must renew their registration annually. The purpose of the renewal is to verify that each group is still active, and to confirm the name and address of each group’s leader.

Registered neighborhood groups are required to meet at least once a year to elect a Group Leader. Information on a variety of City issues will be mailed to the designated Group Leader for distribution to neighborhood residents within the group's boundaries. Neighborhoods that meet the eligibility requirements in the Group Leaders Association can apply for Neighborhood Activity and Neighborhood Improvement Grants.

The neighborhood group must be open to all residents or owners of real property within the neighborhood group boundaries.

For more information, or to request a neighborhood group starter packet, please call Jon Clarke, at 303-651-8721 or email at jon.clarke@ci.longmont.co.us

 

 
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