Q & A about the North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council

What’s the role of the Neighborhood Councils in the City of Kent?

Neighborhood councils, that are recognized by the Kent City Council, are organized groups that work to improve communication and livability in neighborhoods by providing opportunities for residents to participate in the civic process.

How many Neighborhood Councils are there in Kent?

As of June 2018, there are 39 neighborhood councils in Kent.

Does the North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council have any control over homes, yards, and property like home owners’ associations (HOAs) do?

No.

Does it cost anything to be a North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council member?

No, there are no dues.

How does one become a North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council member?

A person must live within the boundaries of the North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council and be at least 16 years old to become a member. Businesses within the boundaries of the North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council may have one person representing the business become a member.

To become a member, everyone must fill in a membership form, providing name, street address, email address, and phone number.

How often are North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council meetings?

There are four general membership meetings every year. The board of directors meet approximately once a month.

Where does the North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council meet?

All meetings of the general membership and the board of directors are held in public facilities in Kent, such as the Kent Senior Activities Center.


For more information, see the North Scenic Hill Neighborhood Council’s website, www.nshnc.us or email Fran Mcnett

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