Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC)
The NAC program office connects residents to resources and services and gives them a voice in ongoing community development issues.
Through the NAC program, The Enterprise Center covers a service area that includes the West Philadelphia neighborhoods of Walnut Hill, Spruce Hill, and Garden Court, and Dunlap, and parts of Cedar Park and Cobbs Creek. Service areas are designated by census tracts by the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Housing and Community Development.
If you need help with . . .
- Finding resources to help with home repairs
- Addressing property tax issues
- Avoiding losing your home to foreclosure
- Accessing benefits and emergency services programs
- Finding job training and placement opportunities
- Starting or growing your small business
- Addressing neighborhood trash and blight issues
- Responding to neighborhood zoning and development concerns
Check out our Resources for Residents page.
Neighborhood Advisory Subcommittee (NAS)
The NAS is an elected group of residents and stakeholders who provide input into the community development work of The Enterprise Center and build relationships and collaboration across neighborhoods in The Enterprise Center’s service area.
This activity is made possible with funding from the City of Philadelphia’s Division of Housing and Community Development.
Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) organizations help residents learn about City programs that could benefit them. NACs provide information about initiatives to:
- Promote neighborhood sustainability
- Prevent homelessness
- Preserve housing
- Reduce energy costs
- Develop resident job skills
- Mentor youth
- Engage residents