The Neighborhood Registration Program is designed to foster greater communication between neighborhood groups and the City and helps educate residents on the benefits of neighborhood organization as well as to provide support to neighborhoods working to help themselves.
The foundation of the program is a neighborhood registry, which provides a direct link between your neighborhood and the City. The registry is also useful to City staff, who may contact your neighborhood regarding issues of interest.
Are you interested in fostering communication between your neighborhood and the City of Chandler?
In just a few easy steps, your neighborhood could receive access to grants, programs, educational presentations, and notifications of services and events.
- Find out if your neighborhood is registered.
- Meet with a few neighbors to define your boundaries. Your boundaries can consist of one city street, two city blocks, or your HOA. You define them.
- Assign a neighborhood leader (primary contact) and a secondary neighborhood contact that will represent your neighborhood.
- Complete the neighborhood registration form.
What are the Responsibilities of a Neighborhood Leader?
As a primary and secondary contact you need to be willing to disseminate information to your neighborhood if an issue arises. Ideally, the primary contact will work with other neighbors to address issues that involve the neighborhood. A secondary contact will provide support to the primary.