​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Neighborhood College logoNeighborhood College is a one-of-a-kind collaboration of workshops and hands-on learning experiences brought to you by multiple city departments. The intent of the program is to provide each participant with knowledge about the city's programs, services and resources; the tools to access those resources; and the skills and ideas with which to build positive, sustainable communities.

Everyone is welcome!  Regardless of whether you're a seasoned community leader or a new resident just looking to get to know your new home better, Neighborhood College is ​​flexible enough to meet the needs of all Phoenix residents! We hope to see you at one of our many free workshops - and encourage your neighbors to do the same.

Please note: Registration information is listed with each individual session. For more information regarding the Neighborhood College Program, please contact us at 602-534-4444. 

Revitalizing Your Neighborhood - Pass the Brush 

Is your neighborhood in need of a facelift?

Are you wanting to increase your property value?

Resident Jack Sandner, from Trails North neighborhood, shares in his presentation how he was able to turn his dated neighborhood into a vibrant beautiful one.​

Topics covered:

  • Engaging Your Neighbors and Community
  • Working with the Neighborhood Services Department
  • Creating a Project Plan
  • Funding the Project
  • Sustaining the Project

To view the presentation click here​.

 Class Schedule

​Paint Sprayer Training:

Learn how to keep your neighborhood graffiti-free by using a paint sprayer (which you can use for free after completing the workshop), tour the warehouse and see ot​her tools and supplies available to residents. To register, call 602-534-4444. 
Saturday, 11/4 from 8-10 a.m. 

NSD West, 3325 W. Flower St., Phoenix, AZ 85017

​BMCA Block Watch Grant Writing Workshop: In-person

Whether you are a first time Block Watch Grant writer, or have been writing for years, see a new perspective and new ideas for Block Watch Grant crime prevention & safety projects and what can help you accomplish them! Pre-registration is required: info@bmcainfo.com
Wednesday, 11/8 at 6:30 p.m. 

Thunderbird High School, Thunderdome Conference Room, 1750 W. Thunderbird Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85029

Human Services Department (HSD):

​Landlord and Tenant Virtual Workshops

Topics include:

  • Evictions
  • Repairs
  • Security deposits
  • Access

Upcoming Virtual Workshops:

  • TBD

Register by contacting the Human Services Department: landlord.tenant.hsd@phoenix.gov or 602-262-7210​

New VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Information Sessions - Virtual

  • The VITA program prepares free tax returns for low-to-moderate-income individuals and families
  • Volunteers receive FREE training to become IRS-certified tax preparers, greeters, or screeners
  • Learn new skills while helping others
  • Visit HSD's website for more information www.phoenix.gov/taxhelp
  • Contact the HSD at vita.taxhelp@phoenix.gov​​ or 602 534-8359

Upcoming Virtual Sessions:

  • TBD

Sign up for a virtual information session by clicking here​

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Is there a workshop you would like to see? Let us know! 



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​Neighborhood College is made possible through a partnership with the Phoenix Public Works Department.