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Overview 
Hampton's Neighborhood Commission provides leadership, guidance, and support to the Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative thereby creating healthy neighborhoods where everyone can realize their full potential for a better quality of life. The Neighborhood Commission performs the following functions: 
  • Brokers and secures resources for neighborhoods
  • Establishes policies with respect to the Hampton Neighborhood Initiative
  • Expands participation in the Hampton Neighborhood Initiative
  • Expands the capacity of neighborhoods to help themselves and others
  • Maintains a vital and dynamic relationship with neighborhoods
  • Provides oversight and evaluation of the Hampton Neighborhood Initiative
  • Serves as a representative body to an for neighborhoods
  • Serves as an advisory board regarding city policy and issues that impact neighborhood issues
  • Serves as the voice for neighborhoods in the negotiation and resolution of neighborhood issues

Members
 
Members of the commission serve four-year terms, except for city and at-large representatives who serve two-year terms. There are 21 total members made up of: 
  • 10 neighborhood commissioners (see map of neighborhood districts)
  • 11 other representatives include:
  • institutional representatives
    • 1 business representative
    • 1 faith-based representative
    • 1 non-profit representative
  • 1 school representative
  • 2 at-large representatives
    • 1 realtor representative
    • 1 public relations representative
  • 2 youth representatives
  • City representatives (plus city staff support)

Meetings
 
  • Second Monday of each month at 5 p.m.
  • City Hall Fifth Floor, Community Development Conference Room

Agendas & Minutes 
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are also available following approval. 
Most Recent Agenda | View All Agendas and Minutes

Apply 
Apply to be on the Neighborhood Commission. Neighborhood representatives go through a neighborhood based nominating process prior to names being forwarded to the Neighborhood Commission and City Council.