Two neighborhood councils meet May 1-5
Two neighborhood councils meet May 1-5.
Neighborhood Council 6 meets at 6:30 p.m. May 3 in the Sunnyside School library.
Agenda items include animal control, Downtown Safety Alliance efforts and the library levy, council vacancy, and neighborhood concerns.
Residents interested in filling the council vacancy must be registered voters living within the council boundaries and willing to serve the remainder of a two-year position through December 2023.
More information on NC6, including boundaries and contact information, is here.
Neighborhood Council 3 meets at 6:30 p.m. May 4 in the Riverview School music room.
The meeting will also be streamed live on the council’s Facebook page.
Agenda items include animal control, Facebook updates, committee reports, fundraising for Skyline Park and Valley View Park, and neighborhood concerns.
More information on NC3, including boundaries and contact information, is here and here.
Monthly agendas are posted on the Neighborhood Council meeting calendar at least 48 hours prior the scheduled meeting.
In Great Falls, there are nine neighborhood councils. Their purpose is to serve the citizens by providing a direct link to city government within the neighborhoods. Each council is made up of five members elected by the voters in that council area. Website| Facebook
Want to serve on a Neighborhood Council?
Filing for the 2023 municipal elections is open through June 19.
There are nine neighborhood council districts within the City of Great Falls.
Filing for the city election opens April 20
Each district council is comprised of five members elected to a two-year term during the city’s general election on Nov. 7.
Candidates for the neighborhood council must be residents of their designated neighborhood district and qualified electors.
All newly elected officials will take office in January 2024.
No filing fees are required, but a Declaration for Nomination and Oath of Candidacy Form must be submitted to the Cascade County Election Office by June 19.