Help shape the future of the Brooklyn neighborhood!
Every January, the BAC holds a visioning process for neighbors to share ideas about what they would like to see in the Brooklyn neighborhood in the upcoming year. This helps inform the BAC’s priorities for the year.
For 2024, the BAC has a new approach for the visioning process. At this Wednesday’s meeting, we’ll have a brainstorming session to generate and capture ideas from neighbors. As a brainstorming session, there are no bad ideas!
After the meeting, the captured ideas will be shared in an online survey for neighbors to rank their priorities and express interest in working to turn ideas into reality.
It’s important to remember that the BAC board cannot lead the efforts on all neighborhood projects. The visioning process is intended to surface project ideas that neighbors, supported by the board, can undertake, and to identify others who are also interested to help create working groups.
The meeting will be held in-person at the Sacred Heart Fellowship Hall and virtually as a Zoom meeting. You can join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone, or call in from a phone.
Meeting ID: 889 2351 8669
Dial in: 1 669 900 6833 (You must enter meeting ID, above)
The Brooklyn Action Corps has a general meeting every other month during the calendar year, in January, March, May, July, September, and November.
General meetings are on the 4th Wednesday, except for the November meeting, which is moved one week earlier so it doesn’t conflict with Thanksgiving/Indigenous Peoples Day.
They address topics of neighborhood-wide concern. The board sets the topics with input from neighbors.
The BAC Bylaws require a visioning meeting once a year, usually held in January, and board elections once a year, usually in May.