1. What's Happening in Roanoke

  1. Nov 12
  2. Melrose-Orange Target Area (MOTA) Neighborhood Stakeholder Public Meeting

    Annually, the City of Roanoke targets at least 51% of federal HUD funds received into neighborhoods or city blocks that qualify as having a majority of its residents as low to moderate income under HUD definitions. In 2015, the City identified an area known as the Melrose-Orange Target Area (MOTA) to be the targeted area to receive these funds. The boundaries of this area encompass 10th St. NW to the east, 24th St. NW to the west, Hanover Ave. NW to the north, and Loudon Ave. NW to the south....
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  1. Nov 13
  2. Greater Grandview Area Neighborhood Watch Association meeting

    Contact president Jeff Mathis for additional info.
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  3. Southeast Action Forum, Inc. neighborhood meeting

    Contact acting president Jay McCanless to confirm meeting time and date or for additional info.
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  1. Nov 14
  2. Roanoke Neighborhood Advocates meeting

    On June 13, 2003, City Council reconstituted the Roanoke Neighborhood Partnership Steering Committee as the Roanoke Neighborhood Advocates. Members include citizens representing the interests of the neighborhood organizations, the private sector, businesses, and nonprofit service organizations. Seven of the 13 members are appointed by City Council with the remaining 6 seats selected by the RNA appointees. Appointment to the RNA is for 3 years. Goals of the RNA include: 1) advising...
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  1. Nov 15
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  3. Loudon-Melrose Neighborhood Organization neighborhood meeting

    Contact president Norma B. Wade for additional info
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  4. Old Southwest, Inc. neighborhood meeting

    Contact president Mark Hostetter to verify meeting time and date or for more info.
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  5. HUD Annual Plan Public Meeting

    In this meeting, we'll review what the City's use of Federal HUD funds have accomplished so far, and will also comment on anticipated CDBG, HOME, and ESG funding levels provided by HUD for the 2019-2020 program year, beginning on July 1, 2019. Non-profits and neighborhood organizations that may be interested in applying for HUD funds from the city are also invited to attend and learn more about program eligibility. If you'd like more information, or have a disability in need of accommoda...
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