Mission: To preserve and strengthen neighborhoods in the City of Greenville.
Register to attend the 4th IMAGINE: United Neighborhoods Symposium REGISTATION and FLYER
NAB 2014 Symposium Awards
Good Neighbor Award
Neighborhood Safety Award
Neighborhood Excellence Award
Neighborhood Improvement/Beautification Award
NOMINATIONS DUE TO SETH LAUGHLIN NO LATER THAN MARCH 20, 2014
Mail nominations: Seth Laughlin, City of Greenville, P.O. Box 7207, Greenville, NC 27835-7207
Email nominations: firstname.lastname@example.org
NAB s 2012-13 Strategic Vision & Workplan
The NAB refined its broad charge to preserve and strengthen neighborhoods into a three-pronged vision for 1) cooperative relationships between neighbors; 2) safe, attractive surroundings; and 3) strong connections among neighborhoods.
The NAB plans to accomplish its vision through Picture This, Greenville!, a yearlong, art-action project in which unorganized neighborhoods or inactive associations complete small-scale improvement projects to build these cooperative relationships and create more attractive surroundings with assistance from NAB members and liaisons and the city s Community Development Department staff. [NAB 2012-13 Strategic Vision & Workplan]
About the NAB & its 2011-12 accomplishments
Watch a brief presentation about the NAB and its accomplishments over the past year or read more below!
The NAB, established by City Council in 2008, acts as a bridge between neighborhood residents and local government.
Ten voting members two from each City Council district comprise the NAB with representatives from participating neighborhood associations in the City of Greenville. The NAB welcomes representatives from all established neighborhood and homeowners associations, as well as residents, to attend its monthly meetings.
Connect with the NAB
Attend an NAB meeting. Unless otherwise noted on its calendar, the NAB meets in the 3rd floor conference room of Greenville City Hall on the third Thursday of each month. The board reserves part of each meeting for residents to voice specific concerns or suggest new ideas.
Throughout the year, the NAB hosts a variety of meetings in different neighborhoods and participates in community events (like National Night Out), providing another way to directly connect with NAB members.
Appoint a representative from your neighborhood. If your neighborhood association is interested in appointing a liaison and/or alternate liaison to the NAB, please contact Community Development staff.