Neighborhoods Division can help you:
- Conduct effective meetings with the Neighborhood Toolkit
- Identify resources to tackle issues
- Apply for matching grants for neighborhood projects
- Participate in the Neighborhood Partnership
- Write neighborhood newsletters and set up neighborhood websites
- Share news and information
- Participate in neighborhood awards programs
Annual Neighborhood Assembly and Awards
Jack B. Clarke Good Neighbor and Neighborhood Spirit
For more information on how to nominate someone, click here...
Are you interested in working together with your fellow
residents to improve your community? We would like to help those efforts by providing information
and support for community organizing.
There is power
in numbers! Your neighborhood's unified voice at City Hall will not only work to get needed city
services like traffic control and graffiti removal but also help City Hall better understand and
focus on your neighborhood's unique concerns.
Neighborhood organizations pull residents together to prevent crime, reduce blight,
and tackle issues that threaten neighborhood stability. They also take on beautification projects and
help you meet your neighbors. You will make friends and have fun in the process.
Announcing Small Sparks Neighborhood Matching Grants
Click on the thumbnail below to view the brochure.
Click here to apply!
Riverside Neighborhood Partnership
The Riverside Neighborhood Partnership (RNP) is a community group whose mission is to encourage and
facilitate the formation of neighborhood associations city-wide and to act as a clearinghouse for
neighborhood concerns. It is the Partnership's belief that by being organized, neighborhoods are
better equipped to tackle problems that periodically arise. Click for more information
Find Your Neighborhood
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