Council Neighborhoods Committee (CNC)

Old Mountain View The City of Mountain View Council Neighborhoods Committee (CNC) was established to oversee programs and activities intended to improve and enhance the City’s neighborhoods. The Committee consists of three City Council members. 

 

 

 2023 COUNCIL NEIGHBORHOODS COMMITTEE (CNC):

  • Vice Mayor Pat Showalter (Chair)
  • Councilmember Margaret Abe-Koga
  • Councilmember Lucas Ramirez



The general functions of the Council Neighborhoods Committee include:

  • Hosting three to four neighborhood meetings throughout the community to hear comments about neighborhood issues and respond to suggestions for improving City services
  • The City’s Neighborhood Grant Program that provides funding to support the activities and organization of neighborhood groups.
  • Making recommendations to the City Council on issues referred to them concerning housing, neighborhoods, and similar residential topics
  • Neighborhood Meeting Map

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UPCOMING MEETINGS:

 

      CNC Regular Meeting - 2023 Work Plan

  • To Be Announced
  • Virtual with No Physical Meeting Location
  • Online: 
  • By Phone:
  • Webinar ID: 

NEIGHBORHOOD UPDATES and VIRTUAL MEETING RECORDINGS: 

      CNC Neighborhood Meeting - Monta Loma/Farley/Rock Street (October 27, 2022)

       CNC Mobile Home Park Residents (October 13, 2022)

      CNC Neighborhood Meeting - San Antonio/Rengstorff/Del Medio Area (September 22, 2022)

      CNC Neighborhood Meeting - Grant Road/Sylvan Park Area (May 12, 2022)

      CNC Regular Meeting - Neighborhood Grants (May 5, 2022)

CALENDAR:

  COMING SOON! 2023 CNC Neighborhoods Meeting Calendar

 
 

AGENDAS:

              View archived meeting agendas and minutes.


View the City Council, Board, Commission, and Committee Members Roster for additional information.

 

The Community Development Department's Housing and Neighborhood Services Division supports the Council Neighborhoods Committee (CNC).  For additional information on the CNC, please visit the Neighborhood Programs Page, or Contact the Housing and Neighborhood Services Division at (650) 903-6379 or email neighborhoods@mountainview.gov.

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