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.

Responsibilities

  1. 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.
  2. Support and promote citizen participation and neighborhood enhancement.
  3. Promote and facilitate open communication between the City and neighborhood councils and provide the primary means of communication between individual neighborhood councils.
  4. Support and assist, as requested, individual neighborhood councils in becoming recognized and in performing their functions and responsibilities.
  5. Serve as an information resource to neighborhood councils.

Community Assembly Policies and Procedures

Download our Policies and Procedures (PDF 1.2 MB).

Representative Handbook

Download the Representative Handbook - revised May 2016 (PDF 3.7 MB).

Meetings

Community Assembly meets on the first Thursday of every month at 5:30pm. Meetings are held at the West Central Community Center, 1603 N. Belt.

Community Assembly Representatives

To find out your neighborhood representative, please view the Neighborhood Council page and click on your neighborhood council name.

Community Assembly Liaisons


CA Equipment Check Out System

All CA Equipment will be stored at the Northeast Community Center (NECC). The NECC will oversee the checkout and check-in of all Equipment.

To reserve equipment, please contact Rosel:
Phone: 509.487.1603 ext. 204
Email: ramor@necommunitycenter.net

Items of Interest

The CHHS Liaison Application Deadline Is Extended!
The application deadline for the CA Liaison position on the CHHS board is extended. The Community Housing and Human Services Board (CHHS) makes recommendations and decisions that allocate thousands of dollars in federal funding to many of our neighborhoods and community programs. The CA Liaison has a voting position on the Board and participates in the discussions and decisions around these funds, bringing neighborhood information and other expertise to the CHHS Board. These dollars may contribute to improvements to community centers, parks, sidewalks, housing, and social services in neighborhoods across the city. Apply to join the CHHS Board as the Community Assembly Liaison and be part of determining the distribution of housing and social services funding throughout our city!

Application materials are included: