City Hall seeks input on Tacoma Neighborhood Council program

The City of Tacoma is asking residents to participate in a brief survey that will be included as part of...

The City of Tacoma is asking residents to participate in a brief survey that will be included as part of a five-year review of Tacoma’s Neighborhood Council program. The review will assess how well City Hall is doing with the program and make recommendations to Tacoma City Council for consideration.

Tacoma’s eight neighborhood councils (North East Tacoma, New Tacoma, the North End, the West End, Central Tacoma, South Tacoma, the Eastside and the South End) serve as an independent, non-profit citizen organizations that promote citizen-based efforts for neighborhood improvement. Any resident, business owner, employee, property owner or member of an existing neighborhood group within a neighborhood council area can join a neighborhood council.

The survey is available online here. Hard copies can also be requested from Carol Wolfe at cwolfe@cityoftacoma.org or (253) 591-5384.

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