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Organizing Your Neighborhood

Organizing a neighborhood association can be very rewarding. A great deal more can be accomplished if tasks are divided up among several people so that no one person has to do the whole job. The shared satisfaction of success is contagious. You can expect the preliminary work to take three to six months.

To get started, you will need to consider the following basic actions:

  • Outline possible boundaries for your neighborhood
  • Suggest an association name
  • Identify neighborhood issues
  • Identify potential leaders
  • Form a steering committee
  • Create a notice letter announcing the first meeting
  • Schedule an initial meeting