The August NAAG meeting will allow residents from area neighborhood groups to come together to learn, discuss local neighborhood issues, solve problems, and reconnect with one another. The meeting will be outside, so participants are reminded to bring a chair. Lunch will be provided by Woody’s Hot Dogs.
The agenda for Tuesday’s NAAG meeting will include a variety of beneficial topics including updates from local law enforcement and the fire department, Saginaw’s “Best Kept Yard” program, an update on the City’s Master Plan, and a presentation from the Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy. Residents will also have the opportunity to ask questions of many of our department heads, as we will have representatives from several departments in attendance. Click here to view a copy of the August 17 NAAG agenda.
Darrin Jerome, Chief Inspector, stressed the importance of the NAAG meetings, “Strong neighborhoods are the key to building a strong city. NAAG meetings allow us to meet with our neighborhood group members and update them on new city programs and discuss any concerns they may have. We want citizens to know that we are here to listen to them. Everyone who attends can make a valuable contribution to their neighborhood and to the city.”
To learn more about your area Neighborhood Association Meeting, visit
https://www.saginaw-mi.com/residents/neighborhood_associations/index.php For more information on the August 17, 2021 Neighborhood Association Action Group Meeting at Bliss Park, please contact the City Manager’s Office, (989) 759-1403.