The Department Advisory Committee is comprised of nine volunteers who have been appointed or have applied to participate and includes past or present neighborhood leaders, community members, and representatives from School District 4J and the UO.
Neighborhood Services is recruiting volunteers to serve on the Department Advisory Committee (DAC) to the Neighborhood Matching Grants program (NMG). The DAC is responsible for reviewing neighborhood grant applications and making recommendations for funding projects. Neighborhood Services present those recommendations to the Eugene City Council for funding consideration. This process begins in late January and ends in late March.
The Neighborhood Matching Grants program was established by Council Resolution 4632 in June of 2000 with the purpose of encouraging residents in Eugene to work collaboratively to identify and actively participate in making improvements to their neighborhoods.