Office of Neighborhood Coordination
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The Office of Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) serves as a liaison between neighborhood associations, homeowner associations, coalitions; and City government. The Office of Neighborhood Coordination coordinates notification to recognized and non-recognized neighborhood or homeowner associations, from applicants who apply for zone changes, site development plans, and liquor licenses; and implements the Neighborhood Association Recognition Ordinance, which defines the process by which neighborhood associations are officially recognized by the City.
With more than 230 registered neighborhood associations and homeowner associations citywide, the Office of Neighborhood Coordination also facilitates training, promotes increased communication, and share information between neighborhood groups and residents, helping them build stronger relationships ad communities.
The goal of the Office of Neighborhood Coordination is to help create and promote healthy and vibrant neighborhoods and support residents as they more actively and constructively engage with their community. We want to assist neighborhoods in utilizing existing resources, finding and using new ones, and maintaining meaningful involvement with local communities and government.