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 Make Arrangements to Speak to Neighbors

Neighborhood associations (NAs) are independent groups. The members themselves decide which issues they will focus their energies on. If you have a topic on which you'd like neighbors to give input, or if you have information you'd like to share, presenting at a neighborhood association meeting is a good forum.

 1.  

 Contact the NA chairperson to request time on the agenda. It's fine to send a flyer to the chairperson, promoting your issue or event, but you must talk with the chairperson to actually schedule time on the agenda.  Talk about how much time you'd like and where the group meets. The chairperson sets the agenda for neighborhood association meetings. If there is a problem reaching the chairperson, contact the Neighborhood Services Specialist for assistance at 503-588-6207.

Agendas are being prepared continuously. The sooner you call, the better chance you have of getting on the agenda and getting the amount of time you request.

     
 2.   When the chairperson has agreed to include your presentation on the agenda for a specific meeting, contact the Neighborhood Services Specialist to share this scheduling information.
     
 3.  

If you are attending a number of neighborhood association meetings, please send a master list of all presentations to the specific Neighborhood Services Specialist responsible for those neighborhoods:

 The Agenda

 
 
  
 
 
 
The NA chairperson
sets the agenda.

   

  • Agree on a date.
  • How much time is available?
  • Verify the meeting location.

  

Annual meeting agendas are put together
8 weeks beforehand.
The entire membership receives notice of this meeting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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