Quarterly Neighborhood Council Meetings: October 21-29

 

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From the City of Anaheim:

Anaheim Quarterly Neighborhood Meetings Announced

ANAHEIM, Calif. (Oct. 13, 2015)  Attending an Anaheim Neighborhood Council meeting, held quarterly at locations in the west, east, central and south areas of the city, is an optimal way for residents to meet one-on-one with city staff and to learn local as well as citywide information.  Presentations by city staff are followed by opportunities for questions and answers, and residents are offered the platform to collaborate with the city to improve neighborhoods.

The October 2015 meetings will be held at the following at locations. The meetings are open to the public and all are welcome to attend and participate.

Wednesday, Oct. 21  – 7 p.m.
West Neighborhood Council
Residents west of Euclid St., the I-5 Freeway and Brookhurst St.
Brookhurst Community Center (map)
2271 W. Crescent Ave.
Anaheim, CA 92801

Thursday, Oct. 22 – 7 p.m.
East Neighborhood Council
Residents east of Rio Vista St.
UPDATED LOCATION! – Rio Vista Elementary School
310 N. Rio Vista St. (map)
Anaheim, CA 92806

Wednesday, Oct. 28 – 7 p.m.
Central Neighborhood Council
Residents west of Rio Vista St., north of Ball Rd. and east of Euclid St., the I-5 and Brookhurst St.
Downtown Community Center (map)
250 E. Center St.
Anaheim, CA 92805

Thursday, Oct. 29  – 7 p.m.
South Neighborhood Council
Residents south of Ball Rd. and east of Euclid St.
Ponderosa Family Resource Center (map)
2100 S. Haster St.
Anaheim, CA 92802

The Anaheim Neighborhood Services section, which facilitates the quarterly meetings, utilizes an inter-departmental approach to improve the livability of Anaheim’s neighborhoods. Utilizing four neighborhood districts and interdepartmental teams assigned to each district, neighborhood improvement is accomplished by creating partnerships between neighborhood “stakeholders” (city departments, residents, property owners, school officials, the religious community, business community and non-profit organizations). Neighborhood Councils bring people together, provide useful information and help find ways to participate in the community.

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