Any individual, who lives, works or owns property in this neighborhood council area is a stakeholder. In addition, Community Stakeholder status may be identified by participation in, among other things, educational institutions, community organizations or other non-profit organizations, block clubs, neighborhood associations, homeowners associations, apartment associations, condominium associations, resident associations, school/parent groups, faith based groups and organizations, senior groups and organizations, youth groups and organizations, chambers of commerce, business improvement districts, service organizations, park advisory boards, boys and girls clubs, cultural groups, environmental groups, code watch, neighborhood watch, police advisory board groups, and/or redevelopment action boards. This is meant to include both persons and/or the groups they represent.
Additionally, per City Ordinance 174006, which established the regulations to implement this Council, the governing body must, to the extent possible, reflect the diversity of the neighborhood's community Stakeholders. No single Stakeholder group may comprise a majority of the neighborhood council's governing body, unless approved by the Department upon a showing of extenuating circumstances.