The Neighborhood Advisory Commission is charged with proposing and making recommendations to the City Council and assisting City departments on specific programs designed to build upon neighborhood strengths, as well as to prevent the decline of neighborhoods; reviewing projects and concepts developed or proposed by the Neighborhood Program Office staff, the Neighborhood Advisory Commission, and citizens; determining ways in which information on neighborhood topics can be gathered and/or disseminated to the community, including surveys and studies, convening forums, seminars and workshops, and sponsoring special event and award recognitions; and, subject to approval and final action by City Council, receiving by gift, bequest or devise real and personal property of every kind in the name of the City for neighborhood purposes. (City Code chapter 2, Art. V, Div. 14)
The Neighborhood Advisory Commission is composed of twenty-one (21) members. Members are appointed proportionately to the geographic distribution of population by zip codes, subject to change as population shifts occur. The members of the Commission must be residents of Tempe who have resided in Tempe for a minimum of one year. Terms are for three years. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m., at City Hall, 31 East Fifth Street, third floor conference room.
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To access agendas and minutes for meetings prior to 2012, visit the Archives.