Neighborhood Leadership Council represents more than fifty neighborhood associations in Canton, Ohio. These neighborhood associations cross all socioeconomic groups and are found in all four quadrants of the City. Some have been established and active in their communities for many years while others are in the early stages of development. Click here for the most recently updated list of active neighborhood associations, boundaries, and contact information.
In order to understand the relationship of Stark Community Foundation, partnership grants, leadership training, the leadership council and the subcommittees, the following organizational outline may prove helpful. The NPGP Neighborhood Partnership Grant Program is the umbrella under which everything else functions. Neighborhood Leadership Training is a prerequisite for participating in the Neighborhood Leadership Council. The Council has two subcommittees: NAC for communications via the web site, and NAVE for educating the public regarding political issues.
NPGP Neighborhood Partnership Grant Program
Neighborhood Leadership Training - NLT
Neighborhood Leadership Council - NLC
Neighborhood Leadership Council Sub-committees:
a. NAC-Neighborhood Association Communications
b. NAVE-Neighborhood Associates’ Votes Empower