Neighborhood Action Team
- Robert Cabello, Assistant City Attorney
- Chief James Chavez, Codes Enforcement
- David Dollahon, Assistant City Manager - Chief Operations Officer
- Chief Eric Enriquez, Fire Department
- Chief Patrick Gallagher, Police Department
- Bill Hamm, Land Manager
- Lisa LaRocque, Sustainability Officer
- Eric Martin, Facilities Administrator
- Larry Nichols, Community Development Director
- Jamey Rickman, Community Outreach Manager
- Elizabeth Teeters, Policy Analyst
- Jennifer Vega-Brown, City Attorney
The Neighborhood Action Team (NAT) is a task force comprising representatives of several departments within the City government. The areas represented include:
- Chief Operations Office
- Codes Enforcement
- Community Development
- Council and Constituent Services
- Fire Department
- Land Management
- Police Department
- Public Information Office
The goals of the Neighborhood Action Team are to:
- Agree on an inter-departmental approach and standard practice for addressing vacant and abandoned nuisance structures and properties.
- Clearly designate department responsibilities for addressing and mitigating vacant and nuisance structures and properties.
- Identify city codes and regulations necessary to improve the City’s ability to mitigate vacant and nuisance structures and properties.
- Coordinate to establish the City Comprehensive Plan as the policy direction for neighborhood stabilization and property maintenance with additional guidance from appropriate overlay zones.
- Continue to improve communication and coordination among department personnel and the public.