Keep up to date on the latest community council meetings and other events by checking the calendar below.
Originally established in the 1940’s, Precinct Community Councils are forums that provide on-going, direct communication between the police and community. Community members meet regularly with the precinct Commanding Officer and Community Affairs Officers to discuss and find solutions to public-safety problems in their neighborhood.
There are councils citywide, one in each precinct. In addition, Police Service Areas serving city housing developments convene resident councils.
Meetings are held once per month and open to the public and your attendance is encouraged. To find out more information about the precinct community council meetings, such as the times, dates, and the locations of meetings, please look at the calendar below.