Office of Neighborhood Coordination
What We Do
The Office of Neighborhood Coordination, a section of the Planning Department Administration Division, serves as a liaison between neighborhood and/or homeowner associations, coalitions and City government. This section is responsible for the implementation of the Neighborhood Association Recognition Ordinance. This ordinance defines the process by which neighborhood associations can be officially recognized by the City.
How We Serve You
Acting as a liaison between neighborhood and homeowner associations, the Office of Neighborhood Coordination is a great resource for information. In addition, this section coordinates notification to recognized and non-recognized neighborhood and/or homeowner associations, from applicants who apply for zone changes, site development plans and liquor licenses.
- Annual Report Form
- Compliance Form
- Developer Inquiry Form
- New Requirement for Developer Inquiry Letters: Effective Dec. 19, 2016, developers will be required to add a specific paragraph about setting up facilitated meetings in all letters to neighborhood associations. For further details, please contact us at or (505) 924-3914
- Information & Handouts
- City Department Directors List
- HOA Requirements to be on the City's Official List of Associations
- Important Phone Numbers
- Neighborhood Association Websites
- Neighborhood News Article Submissions
- Neighborhood News Electronic Newsletter
- Planning Department Overview
- Reduce, Reuse & Recycle
- Viewing & Using Neighborhood News in ISSUU Format
- What's Difference Between a Neighborhood Association and a Homeowner Association?
- Call us at (505) 924-3914
- Email us at [email protected]