Neighborhood Programs was established by the City Council in 2000 to strengthen Chandler's neighborhoods through partnerships, programs and services. The programs foster community building by facilitating neighborhood-level engagement, empowering residents through training and development, assisting those in need and collaborating with outside organizations to connect residents with additional resources. Services available to Chandler residents and neighborhoods include neighborhood grants, tool lending, educational classes and ongoing volunteer opportunities.
News for Neighbors
A quarterly newsletter that provides updates on City events and programs for Chandler residents.
Neighborhood Grant Program
The Neighborhood Grant Program is open to all Chandler neighborhoods that participate in the Neighborhood Registration Program. Grant projects are evaluated and selected based on a series of criteria including neighborhood benefit, resident involvement and financial need.
Many benefits are available to registered neighborhoods, including grant funding and assistance with community organizing. Currently, Chandler has more than 300 registered neighborhoods and nearly 1,600 neighborhood leaders.
Neighborhood Programs offers the HOA Academy to provide residents and board members of homeowner's associations with the know-how, tools and resources to effectively lead their neighborhoods including an HOA Academy, Neighborhood College and the Mayor's HOA Roundtable.
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Tool Lending Program
Chandler residents, nonprofits and community organizations can check out yard care tools to keep their homes and properties maintained year-round.
Chandler neighborhoods* and nonprofits may check out a trailer stocked with basic yard care tools for neighborhood or facility cleanup events.
Is your volunteer group or business looking to directly assist Chandler residents in need of a helping hand?
Let's Pull Together Volunteer Program
Join the Let's Pull Together Volunteer Program to help our elderly citizens, persons with disabilities, veterans and families experiencing hardships. Projects occur throughout the year and may include yard work, painting home exteriors, helping remove of unwanted items and/or home repairs (typically done in one morning or an afternoon).
For more information, or to sign up, contact Alexis Apodaca at 480-782-4354.
For Our City Day Chandler
Be part of a larger cause and volunteer with hundreds of others to revitalize a Chandler neighborhood. For Our City Day Chandler will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019. Check out the Story Map of last year's impacts on the San Tan Neighborhood.
For more information about volunteer opportunities in Chandler, visit For Our City-Chandler.
Neighborhood Advisory Committee (NAC)
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee is a seven-member Mayor and Council appointed resident committee. The NAC typically holds public meetings every second Tuesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the Neighborhood Resources Office located at 235 S. Arizona Ave.
For meeting dates, agendas and information on how to become a committee member, visit Boards and Commissions.