What's Up -- July 2012

From the Neighborhood Coordinator’s Desk

The Great Falls Neighborhood Councils will be meeting as per their summer schedules. All changes in July will be noted in bold below.

Neighborhood Council meetings are open to all, and public participation is crucial to the effectiveness of the individual Neighborhood Councils. Citizens are encouraged to address the Councils with neighborhood news, concerns, items of interest, and/or success stories. Please plan to attend the Neighborhood Council in your area, and let the members know what’s up in the neighborhood!

For information on Council areas, meetings, and/or members, check the listings below or call Patty Cadwell, Neighborhood Council Coordinator, 455-8496. Changes to regular schedules are noted in bold lettering.

Citizen Involvement

All councils invite and welcome attendance at their meetings and have set goals for increased citizen participation in 2012/2013. For information on meeting times and locations, please see the schedule below or email Patty Cadwell, Neighborhood Council Coordinator, or call 455-8496.

Regular July Meetings

Council #1 will not meet in July or August.

Council #2 will not meet in July or August.

Council #3 will not meet in July or August.

Council #4 meets Thursday, July 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Heritage Baptist Church, 900 52nd Street North. Agenda items include information on area parks from Park and Rec Director Marty Basta, committee reports and neighborhood concerns.

Council #5 will not meet in July or August.

Council #6 will not meet in July or August.

Council #7 meets Monday, July 9 at 7:00 p.m. in the Gibson Room at the Civic Center. Agenda items include information on the upcoming Growth Policy planning from City Planner Ida Meehan, committee reports and neighborhood concerns.

Council #8 will hold its Annual Ice Cream Social in Memorial Park at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, July 20, 2012. The public is invited.

Council #9 meets Thursday, July 12 at 7:00 p.m. in the Campfire Office, 1925 2nd Avenue South. Agenda items include information on the upcoming Growth Policy planning from City Planner Ida Meehan, committee reports and neighborhood concerns.