Neighborhood Commission

Working closely with Community Development, the Neighborhood Commission provides leadership, policy guidance, support and a voice for Hampton neighborhoods.
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Members

Members of the commission serve four-year terms, except for city and at-large representatives who serve two-year terms.

Meetings

  • Second Monday of each month at 5 p.m.
  • City Hall Fifth Floor, Community Development Conference Room

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are also available following approval.

Most Recent Agenda | View All Agendas and Minutes

Apply

Apply to be on the Neighborhood Commission. Neighborhood representatives go through a neighborhood-based nominating process prior to names being forwarded to the Neighborhood Commission and City Council. To find out where your neighborhood is located in Hampton, please view our neighborhood district map.

Registered Neighborhood Organizations

The primary purpose of the registration program is to identify and develop relationships with key organizations and networks that make up the Hampton Community. Registered Neighborhood Organizations are required to update their contact information annually.

Video

In 2015, Chair-Elect Steve Edwards explains how the Neighborhood Commission helps to build pride and excitement in our community.