26th Annual Neighborhood Conference

26th Annual Neighborhood Conference

Neighborhood Resource Center



Saturday, June 6, 2015 – 8am to 1:00 pm

Laurel Heights United Methodist Church

227 W. Woodlawn at Belknap

$15 suggested donation; Includes breakfast & lunch

Have a question?

Call (210) 735-0586 or send an email to nrcsa@swbell.net

Please join us for this opportunity to learn, network and celebrate the unique aspects of our neighborhoods that make San Antonio a great place to live!

Conference at a glance:

Complimentary Continental Breakfast

FREE SHREDDING for conference attendees at 7:30 a.m.

Morning Panel:

Office of Emergency Management

City of San Antonio


  • Neighborhood Legal Issues (First Session)
  • Neighborhood & Personal Safety  (First & Second Session)
  • Board Training (First Session)
  • Code Compliance (Second Session)
  • Welcome to the Neighborhood – Keys to Recruiting and Retaining New Members (Second Session)

Luncheon Keynote Speaker:

District 8 Councilman, Ron Nirenberg

“SA Tomorrow: The Comprehensive Plan… The Sustainability Plan…The Multimodal Transportation Plan…

SA Tomorrow starts today!  Councilman Nirenberg will address how the Comprehensive Plan will look at land use, urban design and municipal policy to coordinate various City resources and programs to accommodate projected growth and provide more choices for future and current residents.  A plan grounded in the three pillars of sustainability – social, economic, and environmental, the Sustainability Plan will include metrics of success that will be tracked and reported.  The Multimodal Transportation Plan, a plan for all modes of transportation, including cars, transit, bicycles and pedestrians, will communicate the City’s transportation strategy and will serve as a tool to analyze transportation priorities to best meet community goals.  Come and find out how neighborhood leaders can get involved in the planning efforts to guide our city into the future!


Please join us for the National Night Out recognition of community leaders, retiring NNO Director Juan Ayala and new Director, Linda Tomasin.

Our Mission: The Neighborhood Resource Center is a non-profit

organization that enhances leadership in all neighborhoods

to promote a vibrant, healthy community

through education and networking opportunities.