Attention community leaders — mark your calendars for Mayor Dyer’s 14th Annual Neighborhood & Community Summit 2019 on March 2 at Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal. The summit is a one-day training and networking event to bring together neighborhood, HOA, and community leaders from various backgrounds to learn and grow to build strong, vibrant communities and organizations, along with the latest things going on in the City Beautiful. City staff and elected officials will be on hand to meet and answer your questions about everything from recycling to event planning.
According to the website, cityof orlando.net/summit, attendees can expect to:
• Share best practices from city staff and peer community leaders.
• Learn more about city services and interact with key city staff.
• Take part in workshops and explore the exhibits from the city, county, nonprofits and more.
In addition to remarks from Mayor Dyer, there are three breakout workshops, with twelve options to choose from including “Ask Your Mayor,” “City Resources For Mandatory Associations,” “Inclusion And Diversity: The Next Big Step,” “Formula For A Successful and Impactful Event,” “Hispanic Office For Local Assistance (HOLA): At Your Service,” “Finding Funds, Partners And Advocates For Your Organization’s Mission,” and more.
Early-bird registration is $20 before Feb. 7, which includes lunch and a T-shirt.