NGLA is a partnership between the city and a network of over 50 registered community groups to increase capacity, relationships, and communication between neighborhoods and the city. It is a forum for community leaders to collectively identify concerns, discuss issues, resolve conflicts, and implement solutions to create healthy neighborhoods with a strong sense of community.
The network provides the knowledge and resources for engaged local residents to build upon their neighborhoods community capital (existing assets) to enhance their quality of life.
Is your neighborhood interested in joining NGLA or are you interested in forming a community group in your neighborhood? Contact Wayne Tomac today at 303-651-8637.
Community groups must register with the city to participate in NGLA and access unique benefits including:
- Access to informational monthly meetings and regular updates from various city departments or relevant organizations about current topics and issues affecting neighborhoods including, police, planning, public works and natural resources, the school district, LDDA, and others.
- Access to funding for community building activities (NAF) and use of free resources including canopies, chairs, a PA system, and community meeting space.
- Access to funding for large scale neighborhood improvement projects (NIP)
- Assistance with creating, printing, and distributing outreach materials and newsletters
- Community leader skills training and development tailored to neighborhood improvement
- Networking with other community leaders
How do I join NGLA?
There is a specific process to join NGLA and formalize a community group. Please contact us if you are interested before proceeding.
Registered community groups must be open to all residents or property owners within the neighborhood’s defined boundaries. Homeowners Associations (HOAs) are encouraged to join NGLA as a volunteer community group that includes all residents of the community regardless of ownership status. This does not affect the HOA’s normal functions or bylaws.
For more information, to start a community group, or to register your existing group (or HOA) with NGLA please contact Wayne Tomac, Neighborhood Resource Specialist.
Consider attending a community leader skills development session or HOA training.
NGLA Monthly Meetings - Agendas and Minutes
2019 Agenda and Minutes by Date
| Agenda DATE
|| Agenda TOPIC
| December 20
||Annual NGLA Brainstorming and Holiday Party||Agenda||Minutes|
| January 17
||NIP 2019 Applicant Presentation|| Agenda
| February 21
||Annual State of the City, Neighborhood Excellence Awards||Agenda||Minutes|
| March 21
||Main St Plan and Be Ready||Agenda||Minutes|
| April 18
||Just Transition Plan and Public Safety|| Agenda
| May 16
||STEAM River Corridor Vision and Accessory Dwelling Units||Agenda||Minutes|
| June 20
||Enabling a Caring Longmont, Recovery Café, and EAB Update||Agenda||Minutes|
| July 18
|| No meeting
| August 15
|| No meeting
| September 19
||Ballot, Senor Center, & Meals on Wheels||Agenda||Minutes|
| October 17
||November Election, Candidates Forum||Agenda||Minutes|
| November 21
|| Non-Profit and Community Organization Spotlight
| December 19
|| Brainstorming and Holiday Party