Neighborhood Action Team
The Neighborhood Action Team (NAT) is a task force comprising representatives of several departments within City government. The areas represented include Chief Operations Office, Community Development, Codes Enforcement, Council and Constituent Services, Facilities, Fire Department, Land Management, Legal, Police Department, and the Public Information Office.
The goals of the Neighborhood Action Team are to:
- Agree on an inter-departmental approach and standard practice for addressing vacant and abandoned nuisance structures and properties.
- Clearly designate department responsibilities for addressing and mitigating vacant and nuisance structures and properties.
- Identify city codes and regulations necessary to improve the City’s ability to mitigate vacant and nuisance structures and properties
- Coordinate to establish the City Comprehensive Plan as the policy direction for neighborhood stabilization and property maintenance with additional guidance from appropriate overlay zones.
- Continue to improve communication and coordination among department personnel and the public.
David Dollahon, Assistant City Manager – Chief Operations Officer
Chief Eric Enriquez, Fire Department
Director Loretta Reyes, Public Works
Eric Martin, Facilities Administrator
Chief James Chavez, Codes Enforcement
Chief Jaime Montoya, Police Department
Udell Vigil, Public Information Office
Jennifer Vega-Brown, City Attorney
Thomas Limon, Assistant City Attorney
Bill Hamm, Land Manager
Director David Weir, Community Development
Katie Jenkins, Community Development Planner
Jamey Rickman, Council and Constituent Services Coordinator