Neighborhood associations fulfill many important roles in the communities they represent. The City of Richardson views neighborhood associations as assets and values their input related to the operation of the city. Community Services strives to meet the needs of Richardson HOA's in a variety of ways.
Newsletters / Publications
Community Services is pleased to assist associations in informing their membership. What follows is a series of articles designed to supplement your association's various publications. Feel free to copy and paste the articles into existing newsletters, print them out for distribution, or use however convenient. We will be adding new articles to the pool on a regular basis. If you have an idea for an article, please e-mail your suggestions to Community Services Staff.
|Code Enforcement Articles||Neighborhood Relations Articles|
|Fence||Handling Neighborhood Disputes|
|High Grass / Weeds||Know Your Neighbors|
|On Street Parking||Neighborhood Relations Overview|
|Vegetation Trimming||Organize a Block Party|
New Neighborhood Association Development
If you live in an area of Richardson that does not have an active HOA you and your neighbors could take part in the city council approved New Neighborhood Association Development Program. This program is designed to support resident-driven neighborhood organizing initiatives.
The New Neighborhood Association Development Program includes:
- Identifying Potential Neighborhood Leaders: Join the list of possible leaders for your neighborhood.
- Tip Sheets and Guides: Learn how to establish a neighborhood association, get to know your neighbors, solve neighborhood disputes and more.
If you are interested in meeting with a member of Community Services’ staff,
please email the following information to our staff:
- Name, address and telephone number
- Group name (if applicable)
- Area you are interested in forming a new neighborhood association
A member of Community Services will contact you to discuss your request within two business days.