Neighborhood Support Network

Neighborhood Support Network

By and For Neighborhood Leaders in Tucson and Southern Arizona

Purpose of the Network


Neighborhood Huddle 2017
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When: Saturday, September 16, 2017
Time: 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Location: Sentinel Building – Community Resource Center – 320 Commerce Park Loop – Tucson
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Open Invitation to the 2017 Neighborhood Huddle
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Where neighborhood leaders can learn by sharing experiences in order to make Tucson neighborhoods better.
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The first Huddle was held in April 2016 and attracted 40 leaders and active neighborhood people from 27 Tucson neighborhoods. Building on that success and on input received last April, this year’s event will focus on specifics and useful takeaways for spreading good ideas to more neighborhoods.
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Tentative Agenda and RSVP info Coming Soon*
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Neighborhood Huddle 2017
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Sponsored by the Neighborhood Support Network with support from City Wards 3 & 6


The Neighborhood Support Network builds relationships of trust and support among diverse citizens engaged in neighborhood enrichment in the greater Tucson region.

The Network offers a unique capacity to build connections among stakeholders and elected neighborhood leaders, past and present, as they work to improve Tucson’s quality of life.

The Network’s primary focus is on
· Making connections through which knowledge can be shared
· Identifying and promoting the use of best practices in neighborhood problem solving
· Mentoring new leaders
· Coordinating issue forums
· Maintaining an internet-based information storehouse
· Assisting members in forming coalitions and partnerships for joint action.

The Neighborhood Support Network seeks to
· Reach across political boundaries
· Be inclusive and open
· Promote carefully selected policy options judged to be in the best interests of the community.

The Network sponsors periodic meetings of all members, as well as topic-oriented meetings as needed.


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