Eugene Neighborhood Leaders Council (NLC)
The Eugene Neighborhood Leaders Council (NLC) meets monthly to share ideas and promote the interests of Eugene Neighborhood Associations.
Each active neighborhood association sends a representative to the NLC. In most cases this is the neighborhood association chair or president, although each neighborhood can designate any active member as its NLC representative.
The NLC meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month, at 7 p.m. in the Sloat Room, on the ground floor of the Atrium Building, at 10th and Olive in downtown Eugene. Public comments to the NLC can be made at the beginning of each meetings.
* Neighborhood Leader Monthly Packet Material at the City of Eugene web site.
Neighborhood Leaders Contact List
NLC Meeting Notes
Meeting Notes include the names of those who attended, the text of any motions made and the vote tally for each motion.
The documents up to 2009 are in Word format files. Go to the Index.
This standing committee monitors the implementation of the Eugene City Council Goal entitled Neighborhood Empowerment Initiative. It meets monthly with a City staff team to jointly develop a work plan and launch activities that empower neighborhoods.
This standing committee promotes cooperation between Neighborhood Associations and the Eugene Water and Electricity Board. This committee was dissolved by the NLC after completing it's identified work.
This standing committee promotes sustainable living at the neighborhood level. http://www.eugenesustainability.org
A variety of documents pertaining to the NLC, e.g. NLC Charter.
The documents are in Word format files. Go to the Index.
Latest Meeting Packet
From: CLARKE Cindy J <Cindy.J.Clarke@ci.eugene.or.us>
Date: Wed, 20 May 2009 12:33:21 -0700
Subject: Neighborhood Leaders Packet - Online [NLC]
Greetings all! Just a reminder that the Neighborhood Leaders Packet will be available online at 3 PM on Friday, May 22.
This week’s packet includes: Neighborhood Leaders Council Agenda
And information on:
Climate Action Plan
5-year plan for Housing and Urban Development funds
Recession Recovery Network
…and all the great things that are happening in your neighborhood! Also take a look at the City Council Newsletter, City Council Tentative Working Agenda, and Public Meetings Calendar. Check online at http://www.eugene-or.gov/naleaders anytime on Friday after 3 PM. Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication!! Cindy Clarke
Neighborhood Services Program Coordinator
City of Eugene