Citizen Participation: CRM staff provides staff support to numerous citizen committees. We believe that our involvement helps to ensure that our program activities are responsive to our residents. Almost every staff member is involved in some manner in participating or supporting these various citizen committees, as we believe these committees help build collaboration that cuts across the public, private and non-profit sectors boundaries to collectively find solutions to our various community challenges. For more information view our Citizen Participation Plan FY2020-2024.
The Clark County Board of Commissioners established the Local Law Enforcement Advisory Committee (LLEAC) to provide a forum for citizen participation and public input into the use of Local Law Enforcement Block Grant funds awarded by the Bureau of Justice, including JAG. LLEAC represents a broad spectrum of local law enforcement stakeholders including the Clark County Commission, Las Vegas City Council, District Attorney, Sheriff, a local judge, local law enforcement agency, Clark County School District and the nonprofit community. The LLEAC meets to review project proposals solicited from the public, hears testimony and selects projects for recommendation to the Board of County Commissioners.
Meeting Location: Commission Chambers, First Floor
Clark County Government Center
500 S. Grand Central Parkway
Las Vegas, NV 89155
Meeting Time: May 25, 2021 at 9:00 am
Click here for the Program Manual and Application Instructions.
Meeting Agenda: May 25, 2021 Agenda
Meeting Minutes: (last year's minutes from 2020)
Since 1982, when Community Resources Management began its implementation of the CDBG program, we have worked extensively with our citizen committee, the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC), whose purpose is to review and make recommendations on project to the Board of County Commissioners to receive federal, state, and local funding. This 30+-member committee is composed of town board representatives, at-large community representatives selected by the Board of Commissioners, and members chosen by our participating cities. CDAC meets in the Winter and early Spring every year to provide recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners on the allocation of the Emergency Solutions Grant and HOME/LIHTF Program. Once every five years, CDAC also makes recommendations on Community Development Block Grant projects.
Next Meeting Information
Meeting Location: via WebEx at:
Access Code: 146 064 2494
Telephone at 1-408-418-9388
Meeting Date/Time: February 16, 2021 at 6:00 pm
Click here to see the CDAC Meeting Schedule for 2020/2021.