Neighborhood Resources

Neighborhood Responses to "How Do You Get the Word Out!"
In addition to using the City's one mailing per year, respondents said they use:
  • Hand delivery using street representatives
  • Neighborhood websites (e.g., Neighborhood Link)
  • Social Media (Facebook, Twitter)
  • Nextdoor
  • Posting announcements at library
  • Listserv/email list
  • Post announcements on bulletin boards
  • Environmental Service’s offer to include a short meeting announcement on the postcard notice for a clean-up
  • Hanging flyers on doors
  • Combing annual meeting with neighborhood picnic
  • Passing out meeting reminder at neighborhood events (e.g., Oktoberfest)
  • Forum
  • Posting on the entry ways to the neighborhood
  • E-news
  • Constant Contact (email program)
  • MailChimp
  • Survey Monkey
  • Posting fliers in neighborhood Little Free Library
If you would like more information on these methods, please let us know and we will devote future nuggets to this subject.
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Office of Integrated Planning (OIP) staff coordinates provision of resources to Neighborhood Associations (NA). This includes assisting with the formation and maintenance of NAs; answering NA questions; disseminating information to NAs, updating calendar of events; processing NA newsletters (1/year/NA); and providing clean-up equipment and notification.

Neighborhood Services Contact Information:

Phone: (520) 837-5013

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