What is Neighborhood Registration?
The Neighborhood Outreach Office maintains a listing of neighborhoods that have registered with us to help residents get more involved in decisions affecting their neighborhood. Registered neighborhoods are formed by residents and property owners within a defined set of boundaries. Registered neighborhoods range in size from several blocks to several square miles. A registered neighborhood can consist of individual and combined block watches, neighborhood organizations, and formal homeowners associations.
What are the benefits of registering my neighborhood?
Newly registered neighborhoods will receive information on City and community programs/services, resources and helpful hints on organizing effectively, a monthly e-newsletter and a detailed map of the neighborhood. Other benefits to registered neighborhoods include: notification from developers interested in obtaining input on projects planned for the area, collaboration and enhanced communication with Neighborhood Outreach staff, and assistance with facilitating your first neighborhood meeting.
How do I tell if my neighborhood is already registered?
Use our interactive map to find out if your neighborhood is already registered. Use the search tool in the upper right corner to enter your address, or simply zoom into your cross streets to determine if your neighborhood is registered with our Neighborhood Outreach Office. Be sure to click on the neighborhood outline to see the registered name and additional information.
How do I register my neighborhood?
In order to register your neighborhood, collaborate with interested neighbors to determine neighborhood boundaries and a neighborhood name. Each registered neighborhood needs to identify two neighborhood residents to act as primary and secondary contact for your area. Please use the button below to complete the registration form.