Established in 2002, the Neighborhood Advisory Council program provides a forum for residents to collaborate and engage with City government, and provide advice on solutions to challenges in the City.
The City of Frederick is revamping the program and wants feedback from residents of all backgrounds to change the NAC program to be more effective starting in 2023.
The City aims to thoughtfully engage residents in two-way dialogue and identify changes they would like to see to create a neighborhood program that is more informational, engaging, autonomous and equitable. The Communications Department has attended large-scale City events, individual NAC meetings and held individual discussions with residents to gather valuable feedback on how the City can best engage its neighborhoods. But if you haven't had the chance to engage yet, there are still plenty of ways to participate in this feedback process.
How to participate in this process:
We want to hear from YOU, about how the City of Frederick government can best engage you in the government process. Below is a series of surveys for residents to provide their feedback: