What is the Community Assembly?
The community assembly is a coalition of independent neighborhood councils and serves as a forum for discussion of issues of broad interest. Each neighborhood council selects one representative and a designated alternate to serve on the community assembly. Representatives are expected to represent the interests of their respective neighborhood council. The community assembly meets with the city council neighborhood committee and the City’s office of neighborhood services periodically to discuss community-wide issues. The responsibilities of the community assembly include to
- review and recommend an action, policy, or plan to the city council neighborhood committee, the City and any City agency, commission, or board on any matter affecting the city;
- support and promote citizen participation and neighborhood enhancement;
- promote and facilitate open communication between the City and neighborhood councils and provide the primary means of communication between individual neighborhood councils;
- support and assist, as requested, individual neighborhood councils in becoming recognized and in performing their functions and responsibilities; and
- serve as an information resource to neighborhood councils.
Effective Date: 1/12/2000
Passed On: 12/13/1999
When and where is the next Community Assembly Meeting???
The Community Assembly generally meets on the 1st Friday of every month from 4:00p.m.-6:00p.m. in the Council Briefing Chambers at City Hall (808 W Spokane Falls Blvd). For holiday weekends the CA may meet on the second Friday of the month. Please visit www.spokaneneighborhoods.org for an up-to-date meeting calendar or call the Office of Neighborhood Services at 625-6730.
Minutes and Agendas can be found by clicking on the “Documents” portion of this website.
For further assistance, please contact the Office of Neighborhood Services at (509) 625-6730 or visit their website at www.spokaneneighborhoods.org.