Good Neighbor 101 program kicks off this February

Jan. 18, 2024
Wide shot of Good Neighbor 101 program - residents sitting around tables listening to a presenter

CHANDLER, Ariz. — Good Neighbor 101, a free educational program offered by the city’s Neighborhood Resources Department, is back in session starting Feb. 7. During the four 90-minute sessions offered during February and March, Chandler residents will hear directly from city departments to learn about their services, resources and tools that impact their homes and surrounding community.

Mark your calendar for following sessions:

  • Class #1 | Wednesday, Feb. 7, Neighborhood Programs/Code Enforcement
  • Class #2 | Wednesday, Feb. 21, Chandler Museum and Cultural Development Department
  • Class #3 | Wednesday, March 6, Development Services Department: Planning Division, Customer Service and Permits
  • Class #4 | Wednesday, March 20, Public Safety: Chandler Police and Fire departments

All sessions will be held from 45:30 p.m. at the Chandler Museum, Saguaro Room, 300 S. Chandler Village Drive.

Residents that attend all four sessions will be entered to win funding from the neighborhood assistance program in the amount of $500 to be used towards their neighborhood’s next G.A.I.N. event.

Interested attendees must RSVP online at Good Neighbor 101, or by contacting Neighborhood Programs staff at 480-782-4362

Media contact:
Stephanie Romero
Public Information Officer, City of Chandler