Neighborhood Associations & Alliances

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Find Your HOA or Neighborhood Alliance Contact Information

Click here and enter your address is the search box on the left side of the page to find your Home Owner Association (HOA) or Neighborhood Alliance Contact Information.

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How to Start a Neighborhood Association

Neighborhood associations or alliances are created to give neighborhoods a sense of identity. If a Homeowners' Association does not govern your community, you may be interested in our Neighborhood Association Tool Kit. This packet offers tips and basics for organizing a group of homes as small as a city block or as large as an entire neighborhood. Just follow the step-by-step instructions in the tool kit and you will be on your way to ensuring the long-term vitality of your neighborhood. Neighborhood Services staff is available to assist you with the process. Call 623-882-7801 to schedule a consultation.

How to Start a Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch is a program where your neighborhood takes an active role in crime prevention and community development. The responsibilities of a Neighborhood Watch captain or co-captain include:

  • to act as liaison between the neighborhood and the Police Department
  • to get to know the neighbors in your community
  • to coordinate periodic meetings with the neighborhood watch group to discuss problems and assistance requirements
  • to report issues and concerns (e.g., suspicious persons, places or vehicles) to the Police Department.

Learn more about Goodyear's Neighborhood Watch Program here.

 

 

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