March 16, 2018, 10:00 AM @ Forest Hills Community Center
This spring the City will begin implementing a new, strategic approach to code and zoning enforcement. This new approach, the Community Improvement Program, is designed to improve aesthetics and promote safety in neighborhoods.
The city will be divided into five enforcement zones, identified by population density, volume of previous code violations and division of major thoroughfares. Each zone will be assigned a specific enforcement officer. This enforcement officer will get to know that neighborhood and the neighbors and will ultimately become a resource residents can turn to when they have questions and concerns.
In advance of the implementation of the Program, the City invites residents to attend a neighborhood meeting in their community where they will meet their zone enforcement officer, learn about common code and zoning violations, and discover resources available to them to address violations in and around their neighborhood.
March 16, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Thataways Youth Center
Ages: 12 and up recommended
Join Teen 2 Teen Video and Theatre to celebrate the completion of a 12 part videos series grant that aims to show teenagers ways to realize their full potential.
Teen 2 Teen is a youth organization offered by the City of Burlington Recreation and Parks Department. Realize your potential is a sub-committee of the Alamance County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council. The Realize Your Potential Video Series was made possible by a grant from Impact Alamance.