Home Page -> Annual Conferences -> Previous Conferences -> 2010 Annual Conference, Roanoke

2010 Annual Conference, Roanoke

Neighborhood Treasures: Capitalizing on our Assets

September 23, 2010 - September 25, 2010
City of Roanoke

Conference Logo
Video from the Event

The Virginia Statewide Neighborhood Conference Planning Committee hosts an annual conference with its mission for communities throughout the state to have an excellent opportunity to come together and share their knowledge, experience and vision to make Virginia neighborhoods the neighborhoods of choice. While each neighborhood is unique, all neighborhoods statewide face very similar issues and challenges ranging from the basics of organizing to addressing the complicated issues of public safety. Each year the conference is attended by a diverse group of grass roots neighborhood leaders and youth, non-profit and government staff, and others working in the field of neighborhood development. Plans are now being made for the 11th annual conference to take place September 23-25, 2010 in Roanoke, Virginia.


The conference provides a great opportunity for attendees to participate in information-packed workshops, listen to thought provoking speakers, view a host of exhibitions and engage in unparalleled networking opportunities with hundreds of neighborhood advocates from across the Commonwealth of Virginia. The one thing all attendees have in common is their interest in improving Virginia neighborhoods.