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Phoenix Neighborhood Organizations Encouraged to Join Neighborhood NotificationPhoenix Neighborhood Organizations Encouraged to Join Neighborhood Notification<div class="ExternalClass22682B7CECCC43B6A8C7FB6FCE89B2AA"><p>Looking to stay connected about neighborhood cleanups, free Neighborhood College workshops, zoning notifications and other community news?  The city’s Neighborhood Services Department (NSD) is updating its listing of neighborhood organizations.  </p><p>The Neighborhood Notification listing is the official list of neighborhood organizations throughout the city.  It’s a vital tool utilized by city departments to communicate with neighborhood organizations about city-sponsored events and workshops, grant opportunities, public meetings and initiatives, as well as requests for public input on various projects that may impact their community.</p><p>Neighborhood Services also uses this list to notify neighborhood leaders and organizations about free classes, to distribute the quarterly NSD newsletter and as a tool to enhance communication between your neighborhood and the city.  Besides being informed about city issues, organizations listed with the city are eligible to borrow cleanup tools for free through the department’s tooling lending program. </p><p>Existing listed organizations may update information by emailing new contact information to <a href="mailto:nnet.nsd@phoenix.gov">nnet.nsd@phoenix.gov</a> or by calling 602-534-4444. </p><p>To list a neighborhood organization, download the directory form online at <a title="NNO Directory Packet" href="http://lists.phoenix.gov/t/1209824/604633/14466/3/" target="_blank">phoenix.gov/nsdsite/Documents/nnodirectorypacket.pdf</a> and return the completed form via email to nnet.nsd@phoenix.gov or send it by U.S. mail to Phoenix City Hall, Neighborhood Services Department, 200 W. Washington St., fourth floor, Attention: Neighborhood Notification, Phoenix, AZ  85003.  Forms can be mailed upon request.</p><p>For more information, call 602-534-4444 or visit <a href="https://phoenix.gov/nsd">phoenix.gov/nsd</a>.</p></div>4/17/2015 4:00:00 PMStephanie Romero, 602-510-3581Neighborhood Services Department602-534-4444, nnet.nsd@phoenix.gov