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Welcome to Neighborhood Programs

Neighborhood Programs was established by the City Council in 2000 to strengthen Chandler's neighborhoods through partnerships, programs and services.

Mayor's HOA Mini Summit
Mayor Tibshraeny will continue his focus on Chandler neighborhoods by hosting a Mini HOA Summit.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Cotton Room
745 E. Germann Rd
7:00 p.m.

The Summit will be offered in partnership with The Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C. who will provide a brief presentation titled: Communication Equals Successful Associations. Beth Mulcahy, Esq., will provide an interesting and interactive presentation on the benefits of good communication in an association as well as tips to board and association members on how to effectively communicate with each other. A brief summary of the 2016 community association legislative actions will also be provided.

To register, call 480-782-4354 or email by Monday, February 8.

Chandler's HOA and Traditional Neighborhood Academies
Neighborhood Programs offers both HOA and Traditional Neighborhood Academies free of charge to Chandler residents. For more information on our HOA and Traditional Neighborhood Academies, click here.

Neighborhood Registration
Many benefits are available to registered neighborhoods. As of June 2014, the City of Chandler has over 300 registered neighborhoods with more than 1,400 neighborhood leaders.
Neighborhood Grant Program
The Neighborhood Grant Program is open to all Chandler neighborhoods that participate in the Neighborhood Registration Program. Neighborhood Grants can not be combined. Grant projects are evaluated and selected based on a series of criteria including neighborhood benefit, resident involvement and financial need. See the packets below for more information.

Neighborhoods In Action
Our neighborhoods are the heart of our Chandler. Take a moment to look at what some of our Chandler neighborhoods are doing in the community. Click here.

News for Neighbors
News for Neighbors is a quarterly newsletter that provides updates on City events and programs for Chandler residents. This quarterly newsletter may be mailed to you by contacting our office at 480-782-4320.

HOAs In Action
Take a look at Chandler's Homeowner Association (HOA) web links and check out their community activities, newsletters and much more! Click Here.

Nextdoor - Communications for Neighbors
The City of Chandler is pleased to use Nextdoor to help facilitate greater communication between neighbors and the City. We believe that connected and engaged neighbors lead to safer communities.

It’s important to note that City staff can not access or view any information that you and your neighbors have shared on your nextdoor website. Access to your neighborhood is still restricted to members who verify that they live within the neighborhood boundaries.

To get started with Nextdoor or to see if your neighborhood already participates in Nextdoor, visit their web page at

Mediation Services

The Neighborhood Programs Office offers conflict resolution to assist residents on neighborhood issues by facilitating and providing referrals to free mediation services on neighbor-to-neighbor disputes, neighborhood disputes and landlord/tenant disputes. For more information on our free mediation program, contact Neighborhood Programs staff at 480-782-4354 or email .

Neighborhood Resource Guide
This quick guide will help you find the services that you need for your neighborhood. If the services you are requiring are not listed in the guide, please feel free to contact our office at 480-782-4354.

Volunteer Opportunities
Welcome to For Our City-Chandler - Click on this link for more information about volunteer opportunities in Chandler.

Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC)
The City of Chandler's Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC) is a seven member Mayor and Council appointed committee. The NAC holds public meetings every second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Neighborhood Resources Office located at 235 S. Arizona Avenue. For more information, visit .

Neighborhood Website
Has your neighborhood considered creating a neighborhood website? If so, Neighborhood Link is a source that provides neighborhood groups with a free interactive website. Click on the link below to get started.

Community Association Resources