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How do you want to engage with your city government?

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cityofreno-189x300-4020495-7220579The city of Reno is seeking input from the community on how residents want to interact with their council members and city government.

A workshop will be held on Wednesday, May 15, at 6 p.m. in the Reno City Council Chambers at City Hall. The general public and all Neighborhood Advisory Board (NAB) members are encouraged to participate in sharing their ideas for future citizen engagement. In tandem, the hot topic will be discussed online through the new ThinkReno.org online citizen engagement tool.

Per council’s request at the March 27 council meeting, staff was asked to evaluate the NAB program effectiveness in reaching the general public and sharing citywide issues and information in a timely manner, as well as to look at the boundaries of the NABs.

The city of Reno also welcomes input from residents who are unable to attend the meeting by contacting Reno Direct at [email protected] or by calling 775.334.INFO (4636).

What: Workshop of the Neighborhood Advisory Boards (NABs) or via new online citizen engagement tool ThinkReno.org
When: Wednesday, May 15, at 6 p.m. (Online tool will be live through Monday, May 21, at 4 p.m.)
Where: Reno City Hall Council Chambers at 1 East First Street, or ThinkReno.org.

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