Neighborhood Summit

Thursday May 7, 2020 – Saturday Aug 1, 2020
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My Neighborhood Counts. Everybody Counts

For almost 20 years the Summit has been the place to gather to exchange ideas, discuss issues, collaborate on solutions, and connect to the people who work diligently to make our neighborhoods places we celebrate.

Although this year we are not able to come together, it seems as important as ever, if not more so, to gather, talk and share.  To that end, we are hosting the Neighborhood Summit as a series of virtual events using multiple platforms and hosting at various times to connect as many people as possible

The theme is timeless yet extremely relevant right now:  My Neighborhood Counts. Everybody Counts is manifesting in so many ways across this city – across our neighborhoods, throughout our communities, in our families.

We have identified 4 tracks – each track will have a series of virtual events (panels, webinars, or presentations)

Supporting our neighborhoods:  Neighborhood Responses to COVID19
Virtual civic engagement: More than just ‘likes’ – Civic Participation and Interaction in a Virtual World
Transformation:  How do we transition from emergency response to continuing the work in our neighborhoods and communities?
Sustain:  Laying the foundations for moving forward


Please join us for Virtual Civic Engagement: More than just ‘likes’ – Civic Participation and Interaction in a Virtual World

This series presents both panels discussing their efforts to continue civic engagement and opportunities to participate in virtual civic engagement – both ‘traditional’ participation via committees, meetings, and public discussion and creative means of civic engagement in the virtual environment we find ourselves in.

This series will primarily run through the month of June – it will be at different times throughout the month, so stay tuned for announcements

We are kicking it off with an invitation to participate in the All-In Cincy Coalition meeting this Thursday, 3-5 pm.  This meeting is specifically asking for community participation to help them craft their Health Policy Equity Policy Platform for COVID-19 Response and Recovery

For more information go to: Program and Sessions


Please join us for Supporting our Neighborhoods: Collaborative Neighborhood Responses to COVID 19 beginning this Thursday May 7

This series presents 4 lunchtime panels, Thursdays at 12pm throughout May, hosted by David Mann
Sessions are 30 minutes total, including Q&A

For more information, list of sessions, and videos of past sessions go to: Program and Sessions





The Neighborhood Summit is THE annual event which brings together hundreds of community leaders and volunteers, city officials and non-profits in a day long series of seminars and workshops aimed at helping citizens work effectively together to improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods. Last year’s event was attended by over 600 people.

Invest in Neighborhoods’ 19th annual Summit would not be possible without the hard work of our Summit partners, our volunteers, and the generosity of our funders

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As always, the Neighborhood Summit is free to everyone, however donations (of any amount!) are always welcome to help us continue to bring you this quality event every year!  

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