The Neighborhood Partnership Program was created to build positive collaborative partnerships between neighborhoods, community organizations and the City of College Station.
Advantages of the Neighborhood Partnership Program:
- Database maintained of all registered associations. Information is available to city departments, community agencies, developers and other neighborhood partners in order to encouraged communication regarding projects, events and programs.
- Neighborhood representatives are notified of development projects and public hearings that pertain to land or projects in the vicinity of their neighborhood.
- Monthly Neighborhood Partnership Seminar Suppers that provide a forum for education on local and regional topics and networking between neighborhood leaders.
- Start-up support for residents establishing or revitalizing associations.
- Neighborhood FYI email distribution to the neighborhood representatives that provides information on neighborhood, community and city events.
---> Neighborhood Partnership Criteria
---> Neighborhood Partnership Program Application
STRONG & SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBORHOOD GRANT PROGRAM
The Strong & Sustainable Neighborhood Grant Program assists neighborhood and homeowner associations with projects that range from signage to community gardens. This umbrella program consists of both the Neighborhood Grant Program and the Gateway Grant Program. These matching grant programs create a mutually beneficial partnership between the neighborhoods and the City of College Station.
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REGISTERED NEIGHBORHOOD PARTNERS
Through the Neighborhood Partnership Program the Office of Neighborhood Services maintains regular contact with registered Neighborhood Associations (NA) and Homeowner Associations (HOA). Associations are requested to submit updated information on an annual basis at the time of their association elections.
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A manual written to help Neighborhood Associations get up and running.