NORD Commission to seek resident engagement in Community Advisory Teams

At its January meeting, the NORD Commission approved its Neighborhood Participation Plan (NPP). The NPP calls for residents to get involved with Community Advisory Teams (CATs), which are community based working groups designed to provide input to the NORD Commission on facilities, programming, and any other recreation issues. You can find the NPP at this link.

NORD Commission and Neighborhood Engagement Office will be seeking residents to engage in the Community Advisory Teams very soon. Stay tune to the Neighborhood Engagement Office website (go to the ‘What we’re working on’ tab), the NORD Commission website, and the NOLA CPP website for more information on signing up for the CATs.

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One Response

  1. This is a great opportunity for citizens engagement. Good Job NORDC!

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