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Welcome to the Tempe Neighborhood Services Division web site. 

Created by City Council resolution in 1987, the City of Tempe's Neighborhood Services Division serves to improve and preserve neighborhood vitality by fostering public participation and facilitating interaction between residents and their city government.

The Neighborhood Services Division's key focus is to maintain clear communication lines between neighborhood groups, residents and City Hall. By linking Tempe residents with City officials and staff, the Division helps them identify, address and resolve neighborhood issues and establish future goals and priorities.

This site provides links to information on a wide range of neighborhood-related topics. There is also information on our neighborhood associations (including photos and local schools) and the Neighborhood Services Division itself. Choose a topic from the menu below and find out more about Tempe's neighborhoods.

Nominate your neighbor for an award!

Do you have a neighbor that has done an amazing job of beautifying their yard or home, has incorporated sustainable practices, or is an amazing volunteer? Nominate them for an award!  DEADLINE FEB. 15!

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Neighborhood Services offers classes for Tempe residents taught by the attorneys from Mulcahy Law Firm for those living in homeowners associations.

 Is Your Association in Good Health?
Tuesday, February 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tempe History Museum, 809 E. Southern, Tempe, AZ 85282

  please RSVP by Friday, February 20.

Register online at www.tempe.gov/neighborhoods or email us at neighborhoods@tempe.gov
(Please include your name, name of HOA and email address.)

 

 

Maryanne Corder Neighborhood Grant

application now available

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$175,00 in funds are available to neighborhood associations, HOAs, and crime free multi-housing communities for enhancement projects.  Individual communities may apply for up to $10,000 each.  

Associations:  Related Links:
Find your Association on Facebook  Adopt-A-Park, Path, Street Programs
Directory & Map of Associations  Block Party
Homeowner Association Handbook  Calendar of Events
Neighborhood Association Handbook  Code Compliance Resource Guide
Starting Up Tips  Crime Prevention
Tips for Organizing  Crime Statistics
   Fire Prevention
Programs and Services:  Getting Arizona Involved in Neighborhoods (GAIN)
Neighborhood Grant Program  Handbills
Neighborhood Advisory Commission  Public Art in Neighborhoods
Tempe Involving the Public Manual  Roof Rats

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If you can't find what you want at this site, please contact the Neighborhood Services staff: City of Tempe Neighborhood Services Division 21 E. 6th Street, Suite 208 Tempe, AZ 85281 (480) 350-8234 neighborhoods@tempe.gov
fax: (480) 350-8996 Shauna Warner Neighborhood Services Director (480) 350-8883 shauna_warner@tempe.gov

 

Laura Kajfez
Neighborhood Specialist
(480) 350-2840
laura_kajfez@tempe.gov

Elizabeth Thomas
Neighborhood Specialist
(480) 350-8223
elizabeth_thomas@tempe.gov