Welcome our resource page. You can find useful information about starting a neighborhood organization, existing neighborhood groups, and how-to guides on fun, creative, and impactful projects.
What is a Block Talk? Defining “Block Talk,” a.k.a. Walk Audit: Mark Fenton, a national public health, planning, and transportation… continue reading
A neighborhood association is a grassroots volunteer organizations within a section of a city that has a common identity. Open… continue reading
Mayor Stothert’s 2019 Neighborhood Grants Program will fund project proposals up to $5,000 per Neighborhood Organization. The Neighborhood Grants Program… continue reading
Omaha is very unique in terms of neighborhood organizing because larger coalitions called neighborhood alliances exist throughout Omaha, where neighborhood… continue reading
The Neighborhood Project Toolkit is a collection of user-friendly guides on creating neighborhood projects. Information was collected from local neighborhood… continue reading
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