Organizing/Networking Your Neighborhood
ResourcesOrganizing/Networking Your Neighborhood
Recipe for a Successful Organized Neighborhood(pdf)
Taking ownership of your neighborhood (doc)
This script would be your second step to getting your neighborhood networked and communicating.
The first step would be getting 5-10 neighbors together, that feel the same way you do about organizing your neighborhood. Santa Cruz Neighbors and the city of Santa Cruz require neighborhood use natural borders. Please refer to the Neighborhoods page and the MAP. You choose the reason to organize - it may be for Neighborhood Watch, a new development in your neighborhood,social get togethers. You don't even have to have an issue to tackle at the time - Do the work now and be ahead of the task that may come in the future.
Send Santa Cruz Neighbors an email and we'll be glad to help you.
LINKS TO Neighborhood Websites
Neighborhoods, USA is a national non-profit organization committed to building and strengthening neighborhood organizations. Created in 1975 to share information and experiences toward building stronger communities, NUSA now continues to encourage networking and information sharing to facilitate thedevelopment of partnerships between neighborhood organizations, government and the private sector.
Contact Us At: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 8002 • Santa Cruz, CA 95061-8002