Information about the Office of Neighborhood Coordination.
The Office of Neighborhood Coordination (ONC) serves as a liaison between neighborhood associations and City government.
The Division publishes a monthly newsletter - Neighborhood News that provides information between neighborhoods and local government.
Neighborhood Association Information
Contact: Stephani Winklepleck, Neighborhood Liaison, 505-924-3902
ONC is responsible for implementation of the Neighborhood Recognition Ordinance, also known as Ordinance O-92. This ordinance defines the process by which the City organizes and officially recognizes neighborhood associations who meet the requirements of the ordinance.
Homeowner Associations can also be listed as a association with ONC. Please call our office at 505-924-3914 for more information.
If you are filing your Yearly Annual Report Form for Neighborhood, Homeowner Associations and Coalitions, please mail to the Office of Neighborhood Coordination at the address listed on the form. This applies to ALL neighborhood and/or homeowner associations and neighborhood coalitions.
See "Useful ONC Links" below to access a copy of the Yearly Annual Report Form for Neighborhood, Homeowner Associations and Coalitions.
The Division coordinates notification to neighborhood and/or homeowner associations from applicants who apply for zone changes, site development plans and liquor licenses prior to the City’s acceptance of such requests.
The Office of Neighborhood Coordination is located on the Garden Level (Basement), Room 120, Plaza del Sol, at 600 Second Street NW. For more information, call the office at 505-924-3914. Building and office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.