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Gresham's Neighborhood Associations must:
This handbook provides you with an overview of how the City works, including information about organizing and managing your neighborhood and advice and information on how to interact with the City.
Neighborhood association handbook
Suggested bylaws template
This document provides guidance for duties and responsibilities to Neighborhood Associations and their leadership, including:
Gresham Neighborhood Associations are involved in land use decisions through the early neighborhood notification (ENN) process and through the public comment process.
Land use guide
Land use guide glossary
Land use guide samples
Neighborhood Association Meetings with prospective developers are an important component of the development application process as they provide an opportunity for the applicant, surrounding neighbors, interested parties and neighborhood association representatives to meet and review development proposals, and identify any issues associated with the project prior to a formal application submittal.
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