INCO Archived Agendas and Minutes
In 1973, the Oxnard City Council initiated a new program to involve local citizens in governmental decision-making processes in a more systematic and effective manner. This citizen involvement program, designated the neighborhood council organization, recognized the fact that residents can play a major role in the efforts of Oxnard City Government to meet the community’s municipal service needs. The City Council believed the neighborhood council organization could also provide a tool which residents could use in responding directly to those problems and needs, which do not fall within the area of City responsibility or authority.
Today, the Neighborhood Council Group is called the Inter-Neighborhood Council Organization (INCO). The INCO normally meets the first Wednesday of each month.