Granada Hills South
Budget Breakdown
$17100.00
$11300.00
$8600.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
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We want to improve our schools, streets, and neighborhoods to related to the look, safety, value, and businesses of the stakeholders.
The OBJECTIVES of the Neighborhood Council are to:
1. Promote good planning and land use, fair taxation, representative government and the general welfare of the community of Granada Hills (“Community”) ;
2. Provide an inclusive open forum for the discussion, deliberation and collaboration of Community issues;
3. Act as an advocate for the Community on issues with government agencies and other organizations;
4. Collaborate with other organizations within the Community to help them in accomplishing their goals which the Neighborhood Council determines to support and are consistent with these Bylaws; and
5. Monitor the delivery and enforcement of city services within our boundary area. (Note: Taken from Article II of the GHSNC Bylaws)
1) Develop and Implement a digital presence that includes upgrading the website, incorporating an online calendar, complementing it with a social media strategy, and supporting it all with an email newsletter.
2) Development and Distribute print materials, including business cards, brochures, and resource guides, that promote the Neighborhood Council and connect with stakeholders.
3) Survey the community and establish partnerships with other community organizations such as service providers, volunteer groups, and neighborhood watches, in order to share networks.
4) Participate in public events, implementing a booth strategy that engages stakeholders.
1) We’re not tech savvy so where do we go? Solution - Survey the surrounding Neighborhood Councils and share strategies with other successful councils.
2) We don’t know the other organizations and groups. Solution - Find the people that do and enlist their support (real estate agents, non-profits, Council office, local principal, etc.)
3) Look at the tools in our Outreach Plan template. What tools do you have and what would like to have?
4) These things cost money! Solution - Break it down and budget for your goals. Budget for the outreach materials that are part of your booth strategy and also the tools for public events (canopy, table, outreach materials, etc.)
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