Neighborhood Specialists serve as city liaisons to residents, answering questions about city programs and services, organizing community meetings and cleanups, and working with other city departments and agencies to provide services. Get involved in your neighborhood today and meet your
The Neighborhood Services Department maintains a listing of neighborhood organizations so residents can get more involved in decisions affecting their neighborhoods. This year, we are rebranding and giving this extensive list a new name to better reflect its purpose of connecting the various neighborhood groups and sharing the latest on city programs, services and events. We are happy to announce the neighborhood organization list is now called The Neighborhood Link.
Through The Neighborhood Link, we can help identify and obtain contact information for neighborhoods, enabling us to provide information directly to neighborhood leaders and organizations. The Neighborhood Link is the official list of neighborhood organizations throughout the city. Neighborhood organizations not already listed are encouraged to join.
Benefits of being on the Neighborhood Notification Listing?
The listing is a valuable communication tool used by the City to inform residents about public initiatives and meetings and to obtain community input on projects that may impact their neighborhoods. Neighborhood Services also uses this list to notify neighborhood leaders and organizations about free classes, to distribute the quarterly newsletter and as a tool to enhance communication between your neighborhood and the city.
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How to list your organization:
Review the Neighborhood Link Listing Application and submit it to the Neighborhood Services Department:
- Mail: City of Phoenix Neighborhood Services Department
Attn: Neighborhood Link
200 W. Washington St., 4th Fl Phoenix, AZ85003
- Email: email@example.com
If you would like more information or would like the packet mailed to you please, call 602-534-4444.
Where can I find more information about forming a neighborhood organization?
Neighborhood Specialists also available to work with your neighborhood to get you started today. For assistance, please call 602-534-4444.
Are you a neighborhood business interested in forming a business alliance with nearby businesses in your area?
Business alliances, similar to neighborhood organizations, have the potential to achieve objectives that could benefit a commercial corridor within a neighborhood. Learn more about what it takes to form a successful business alliance or connect with your area Neighborhood Specialist.
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