We Need Your Help:
The Tangletown Neighborhood Association has completed our strategic planning process and now we need your help! After hundreds of survey responses, many conversations with neighbors, and over 20 hours of strategic planning sessions, the TNA Board has identified three core vision elements. Now we need your help to make the vision a reality!
Please consider joining one of three steering committees focused on these areas:
- Engaged, Welcoming Community: A focus on how to best bring our community together. We will consider how to innovate community-building events, enhance neighborhood partnerships, broaden our communication reach, and more. The committee meets on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7pm at Fuller Park.
- Innovative Environmental Leadership: Initiatives, resources, and events that reduce negative environmental impacts and protect our planet. Building upon the successful work of the Sustainability Committee, we will consider new ideas including developing informational resources, activating energy efficiency grants/loans, and hosting neighborhood sustainability events. The committee meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm at Fuller Park.
- Beautiful, Purposeful Spaces: Programs, events, and initiatives to enhance the built environment of the neighborhood and make it an EVEN BETTER place to live. We will explore ideas for beautification, maintenance, accessibility, safety, and much more. The committee meets on the second Monday of each month at 6:30pm at Fuller Park.
Each steering committees (a mix of board members and community members) will meet on a monthly basis to brainstorm, prioritize, and develop programs and strategies that support the vision.
Please contact email@example.com if you are interested in joining a committee.
The Strategic Planning Process:
The Tangletown Neighborhood Association embarked on an exciting strategic planning process in 2017-2018 to develop a vision for our organization. We worked with Willow Consulting to guide us through this process. Over the summer and early fall of 2017, we conducted a survey, held community engagement listening sessions, and interviewed community leaders. Throughout the fall and winter, board members gathered for intense strategic planning sessions where we took the feedback gathered and brainstormed how we could become a stronger organization and what areas of focus we wanted to include in our vision.
Click here for a summary of the data collected through our community engagement efforts for our strategic planning.