Ward Core Teams
[MPD-5D] Re: Fwd: ward 5 neighborhood services action planYes, the core teams are still working, in the absence of the Neighborhood Services Coordinators (NSCs). Here is a list of the Acting Coordinator in each ward with a vacancy. For more details, see the links in the previous email.Ward 4- Ayana RockettWard 5- Francine EdmondsWard 6- Tia GilbertFrom what I have seen and heard from community outreach coordinators in other districts, they all are doing outstanding jobs.
From: MPD-5D@yahoogroups.com on behalf of garett_jonesii
Sent: Tue 4/26/2005 12:46 PM
Core Teams seem impressive. Are they working in some of the wards
that have vacancies, like Ward 5?
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Informative News: Online Series for Community Leaders (Article 1): Highlighting Police PartnersNeighborhood Services (Ward Core Teams) -Photos BelowA Neighborhood Services ["Core Team"] is at work in each ward to coordinate activities requiring action from multiple agencies, to help solve recurring problems in the ward, and to act as the liaison between the District government and the community. You can locate your Neighborhood Service Coordinator from the Neighborhood Services website: http://ons.dc.gov/info/neigh_coordinator.shtm
Neighborhood Action makes it easier than ever for residents to get the services they need and deserve. By calling (202) 727-1000, you can request scheduled services like trash removal, utility repair, street cleaning, tree trimming, and more. You can also submit requests online. You can see how they've performed in recent months by reviewing a recent Scheduled Services Performance Report: http://dc.gov/mayor/customer_service/performance_report_monthly.shtm
How to Submit a Scheduled Services Request: http://dc.gov/mayor/customer_service/core_services.shtmNeighborhood Services ProgramThe District's Neighborhood Services program was initiated after residents identified "Healthy and Sustainable Neighborhoods" as one of their top priorities. Neighborhood Action gives neighborhoods top priority. We're building a brighter future for everyone by improving service delivery and working together to get the job done.The Neighborhood Services Initiative is a partnership between the community and District agencies. Together agencies and residents identify, prioritize, analyze, and plan how to solve persistent neighborhood problems. This information becomes the basis for the work plans created for each ward. Agencies also work to improve their own services by publishing and adhering to regular schedules.Agencies currently involved in the initiative are: Alcohol Beverage Regulation Administration (ABRA), Customer Service Operations (CSO), Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA), Department of Employment Services (DOES), Department of Health (DOH), Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration (APRA), Environmental Health Administration – Bureau of Food, Drug, and Radiation Protection – Food Protection Division (DOH-FOOD), Bureau of Community Hygiene – Rodent Control Division (DOH – RODENT), Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD), Department of Human Services (DHS), Department of Mental Health (DMH), Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR), Department of Public Works (DPW), Department of Transportation (DDOT), Fire and Emergency Management Services (FEMS), Metropolitan Police Department (MPD), Office of Corporation Counsel (OCC), Office of Community Affairs (OCA), Office of Planning (OP), District of Columbia Housing Authority (DCHA), and the Emergency Management Agency (EMA). We also work with the United States Attorney Office (USAO), District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), and DC Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR).Photographic Activities of Ward Core Teams:Source of Information about Neighborhood Services: http://www.neighborhoodaction.dc.gov/neighborhoodaction/cwp/view,a,1162,q,481092,neighborhoodactionNav,|30113|.asp