Neighborhood Revitalization Commission
The Neighborhood Revitalization Commission acts as an advisory body to the Common Council in implementing the Comprehensive Plan (Neighborhoods and Housing Element), the RENEW Plan, Housing Task Force Plan, and Specific Neighborhood Plans as well as addressing issues common to all of the City's neighborhoods. (Municipal Code 2.24)
Held on the 1st Monday of the Month
City Hall - 3rd Floor Conference Room
400 La Crosse St., La Crosse, WI 54601
Agenda and Minutes
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The City of La Crosse Redevelopment Authority (RDA) is hosting a discussion series in preparation for the Riverside North Redevelopment Planning Charrette. The next session is on April 24th, please follow the link below for more information.
1st Annual Mayor's Conference on Neighborhoods:Creating Safe Community
Keynote Address: Rick Kyte "The Flourishing Community"
- La Crosse CPTED "Creating Safe Spaces"
- Todd Mandel & Caroline Neilson "Affordable Housing as a Strategy for Neighborhood Revitalization"
- Presentation of 1st Annual Neighborhood Revitalization Awards.
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Love Your Neighbor Family Social
The Neighborhood Revitalization Commission along with the GENA Neighborhood hosted the La Crosse Love your Neighborhood Family Social. This event was free, and all La Crosse residents were encouraged to attend.
There was a plethora of informational and entertaining activities: Storytelling by Kathy Ivey, music by The Paulie Show, Bingo, Information from our La Crosse Neighborhood Associations, Garbage and Recycling information, and Bingo!
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Neighborhood Walk-Through Reports
During the months of April-May 2012, NRC conducted neighborhood walk-through events to gain insight of each neighborhood's history, attributes, and concerns. Residents were encouraged to attend and entertain an open dialogue with city department heads and staff along with police and fire representatives. Neighborhood demographic reports were prepared and distributed for walk-through attendees as means to highlight a number of indices or comparables of each neighborhood. These reports can be viewed individually via the links below.
The date within the reports include: Residential Data (renter-occupied vs. owner-occupied map and statistics); Inspection Data (number and type of infractions); Police Data (service calls, frequency, and time-of-day chart); Fire Data (service calls and frequency); Zoning and Aerial Photo Maps.
A Year in Review Slideshow (click here 9MB)