POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - City University Class #9
04/08/2020 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Live Q&A: Mayor, City Manager & EDC President
04/08/2020 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Easter Bunny Visit - CANCELED
04/09/2020 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
River Nights - CANCELED
04/09/2020 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
FB Live: Coffee with the Mayor
04/10/2020 8:30 AM
Join us for our NICE Neighborhood Meetings
In 2019 the NICE program held a series of NICE Neighborhood kick-off meetings. The City is working with neighborhoods to facilitate the creation of neighborhood groups and civic associations. The meetings provide an opportunity for residents to come together and discuss common goals and issues, hear updates about neighborhood projects from City staff, work together to plan neighborhood events and more.
We will continue to host these meetings regular twice a year in May and November.
2020 NICE Neighborhood Meeting Schedule
Join us in the spring and fall to talk about your neighborhood and what you think is most important in order to keep your neighborhood vibrant and always improving.
|Canal Pointe & Riverview||1st Monday of May & November||City Hall|
|Bayshore Heights, Cashmere Cove, Swan Park, Floresta Gardens & Floresta Pointe||1st Thursday of May & November||City Hall|
|Lyngate & Morningside||2nd Tuesday of May & November||MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Event Center|
|Gatlin Pines, Newport Isles, Rosser Reserve & Whispering Pines||2nd Thursday of May & November||City Hall|
|Northport Village & Torino||2nd Saturday of May & November||MIDFLORIDA Credit Union St. Lucie West Community Room|
|Sandhill Crossing||3rd Tuesday of May & November||MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Event Center|
|Becker Ridge, Crane Landing, Paar Estates, Sawgrass Lakes, Tulip Park & Woodland Trails||3rd Thursday of May & November||City Hall|
|Fairgreen Crossings, Hidden Oaks, Oak Hammock & Palm Trails||3rd Saturday of May & November||MIDFLORIDA Credit Union St. Lucie West Community Room|
What is NICE?
Administered by the City’s Neighborhood Services Department, the NICE Program is building community engagement and improving the fabric of the community neighborhood by neighborhood.
Citizens envision, plan, and help create a neighborhood master plan that is adopted by the City Council by defining the boundaries of their neighborhood, naming it, identifying future improvements, and selecting a “kick-start” project.
- NICE Program Fact Sheet
- Civic Association Guidelines
- Plans: PA 3, PA 4N, PA 4S, PA 6, PA 7
- Urban Land Institute Report
For more information, contact:
Neighborhood Services Department
121 SW Port St. Lucie Boulevard, Building A, Suite 173
Port St. Lucie, FL. 34984