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City of Reno introduces Community Collectives concept

Post Date:08/08/2019 2:29 PM
In an effort to identify new ways to facilitate neighborhood services and build community, the City of Reno is in the preliminary steps of developing a neighborhood identification program called Community Collectives.

The public is invited to attend one of the community focus group meetings being offered at four separate locations in August 2019, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.:

When: Thursday, August 22
Where: Reno Fire Department Station 11 - 7105 Mae Anne Ave. in Reno
Who: Quadrant I, which includes North and Northwest Reno 

When: Monday, August 26 
Where: Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center - 1301 Valley Rd. in Reno
Who: Quadrant II, which includes North and Northeast Reno

When: Tuesday, August 27
Where: Horseman’s Park - 2800 Pioneer Dr. in Reno
Who: Quadrant III, which includes Southwest and South Reno

When: Wednesday, August 28
Where: Neil Road Recreation Center - 3925 Neil Rd. in Reno
Who: All quadrants for Spanish speakers

When: Thursday, August 29
Where: Neil Road Recreation Center - 3925 Neil Rd. in Reno
Quadrant IV, which includes South and Southeast Reno

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The Community Collectives program aims to create a framework for residents to come together, identify neighborhood stakeholders and proactively seek solutions to enhance the quality of life in all neighborhoods. Community Collectives will serve as an additional platform for communications between City government and Reno neighborhoods, bridging gaps for the betterment of all communities. 

Through this program, neighborhoods would self-identify by establishing a group of neighbors or local business owners, will be self-managed, and register with the City of Reno. Existing groups, such as homeowners associations or district associations, would also be able to register.

Through these focus groups, staff seeks to get a better understanding of possible neighborhood groups, gauge interest and discuss possible needs the city may be able to help facilitate. The city has been split into four quadrants for resident participation. Following the focus group sessions, the program’s structure will be further developed.
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