C.O.R.E. at a Glance

Front Door Friday

Front Door Friday

Teams representing Community Development, Recreation and Parks, Human Relations, Fire Department and non-uniformed Police Department staff go door-to-door engaging city residents. This initiative has been well received by the community.

Neighborhood Academy

Neighborhood Academy

Free training workshops are designed to empower residents to become active leaders in or start a neighborhood association. Training classes are held at virtually. Training is made available to individual neighborhood associations upon request.

Community Toolkit

Toolkit logo

Find information to help you with the nuts and bolts of running a neighborhood association and planning neighborhood events and projects from the following:

  • Neighborhood Associations
  • Promoting Interest and Participation
  • Neighborhood Assessments
  • Identifying Issues and Setting Realistic, Attainable Goals
  • Strategic Planning 
  • Funding: Generating and Managing Financial Resources
  • Evaluating Community Programs and Initiatives
  • Celebrate!

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Events & Registration

The Connect Your Community Calendar is a resource to let others know about community events happening in your neighborhood. Neighborhood associations registered with the city’s Community Development Department can submit events for the calendar. Local non-profit organizations may also submit information about community-focused events.

All events listed on the calendar are, and must be, free and open to the public.

Listing an Event

To list an event, contact the Neighborhood Services Coordinator at 336-734-1201.