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for Tempe HOA residents and board members

HOA environmental issues, future trends and a Tempe Climate Action Plan update

Thursday, November 1 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.
Tempe History Museum, 809 E. Southern, Tempe, AZ 85282

Learn more about increasingly common environmental issues (anti-smoking, closelines, artificial turf, solar energy devices and backyard gardens) and emerging trends (VRBO rentals, unusual pets, changing owner and renter demographics) and their impacts on community associations.  Participants will also receive an update on Tempe’s Climate Action Plan which encompasses anything from supporting renewable energy to electric and autonomous vehicles and extreme heat.  This class will be co-taught with the Mulcahy Law Firm accompanied by City of Tempe Sustainability staff.

What is a community association?  Together we are better—HOA networking opportunity

Friday, November 9 from 1:00-2:30 p.m.
Tempe History Museum, 809 E. Southern, Tempe, AZ 85282

A broad overview defining HOA’s and their governing documents, organizational structure and rights and responsibilities of both the board of directors and homeowners.  Following the presentation, there will be a Q and A session facilitated by Mulcahy Law Firm.   HOA members will then have an opportunity to network and share ideas - best practices and new approaches to increase resident interest and participation and to being the best community association you can be.

Click HERE to register and reserve your spot.

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.

Associations:  Related Links:
Find your Association on Facebook  Adopt-A-Park, Path, Street Programs
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

 West Nile Virus
 

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

Erin Kirkpatrick
Neighborhood Specialist
(480) 350-8112
erin_kirkpatrick@tempe.gov

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