January 23, 2013, 7 to 9 pm
The Fisher Building
12121 West North Avenue, Conference Room A
Featured Speaker: Wauwatosa School District Superintendent Dr. Phil Ertl
The Wauwatosa Neighborhood Association Council meets quarterly to keep Tosa neighborhoods connected and informed about local events and quality-of-life issues, and to support neighborhood associations. We hope you will come!
What Makes Up a Neighborhood?
Neighborhoods go beyond just geographic boundaries. They are a critical part of the social, economic, and political foundation of a city. Similar historical, architectural, and socioeconomic characteristics make up neighborhoods, giving each an identity. Neighborhoods are the people who live, work, or have an interest in the area. These individuals are the key instruments in making their neighborhoods more enjoyable, livable places to be.
Within Wauwatosa there are multiple organized and active neighborhood associations that serve as formalized eyes and ears of the communinity. We, as members of Tosa East Towne, are only one of the many Tosa Neighborhood Associations. All of these individual entities roll up to the Wauwatosa Neighborhood Association Council otherwise know as “NAC”.
The NAC meets quarterly to keep Tosa neighborhoods connected and informed about local events and quality-of-life issues, and to support neighborhood associations by addressing best organizational practices. All Tosa residents are welcome to attend the NAC meetings. Meetings for 2013 are January 23, April 17, July 24 and October 23. Locations vary.
- Meet fellow NA boards/members and update us on what is happening in your neighborhood
- Learn about exciting new All-Neighborhood Programs slated for 2013
- Brief informational presentations of interest to all NA’s
Imagine the improved community communication if every neighborhood was represented. If your New Year’s resolution was to get more involved in the community, this is a great starting point. We hope to see you there!