City Council Meeting with the Everest Neighborhood
City Hall, Council Chambers, 123 5th Ave
April 11, 6:45 p.m.–8:45 p.m.
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Neighborhood Outreach Coordinator
The City Council Meetings with the Neighborhoods provide residents with an opportunity to meet Council members and City staff in an informal setting. Residents are encouraged to raise questions or concerns and make comments relating to a neighborhood issue or City services in general.
The City Council meets with four neighborhoods per year. Each household receives an invitation to go online and submit questions and comments before the meeting. The purpose of the online survey is to:
- Allow staff and council time to prepare thorough answers to questions prior to meeting.
- Provide an opportunity for residents to submit comments if they are unable to attend the meeting.
- Help set the agenda for the meeting.
The following tentative schedule outlines where the Council will be going next. Meetings start at 6:45 pm with informal casual conversations followed by welcome and introductions at 7:00 pm. The meeting is scheduled to be over by 8:45 pm leaving time for one on one questions with individual City Council members and staff.
- Everest (Spring)
- Market (Spring)
- Totem Lake/Evergreen Hill (Fall)
- South Rose Hill/Bridle Trails (Fall)
A summary of neighborhood questions and answers are posted below in the Neighborhood Meetings Q&As section.
Neighborhood Meetings Q&As
Central Houghton: October 1, 2014 (PDF-441 kb)
Everest: October 16, 2013 (PDF-53 kb)
Finn Hill: May 27, 2015 (PDF-703 kb)
Highlands: November 16, 2016 (PDF-419 kb)
Juanita Neighborhoods: April 13, 2015 (PDF-304 kb)
Lakeview: September 21, 2015 (PDF-167 kb)
Market: March 15, 2017 (PDF-169 kb)
Moss Bay: September 21, 2015 (PDF-167 kb)
Norkirk: November 16, 2016 (PDF-419 kb)
North Rose Hill: March 21, 2016 (PDF-441 kb)
South Rose Hill/Bridle Trails: March 11, 2014 (PDF-183 kb)
Totem Lake/Evergreen Hill (representing the greater Kingsgate and northeast area): November 19, 2014 (PDF-234 kb)