Neighborhood Association Tips
It’s a New Year and a Fresh Start - Has Your
Association Defined Itself?
As an association, determine the mission and goals of
your organization that you would like to communicate to your
neighborhood and the City
click here to read more.
Neighborhood Leadership Tip: Recognition
Recognizing the accomplishments of members as well as
the association is critical. People like being a part of success.
Leaders need to remind the association of all the great successes it has
had as a result of teamwork.
Click here for
some tips on recognition:
Holiday Season Safety Tips
Planning for the holidays is a busy and joyful time. But all of the
decorations, extra electrical cords and the parade of people going in
and out of your home calls for more safety precautions to help you make
this holiday season safe and happy for you and your family. Please
click here for a checklist for home holiday safety.
How City Neighborhoods are Spreading
The holidays are a great time to celebrate and come
together as a neighborhood to share the spirit of the season and to be
thankful for your neighborhood and neighbors. Many neighborhood
organizations celebrate with events that range from very simple to a bit
more elaborate. Click
here to see what some neighborhoods are doing…
Do you want to increase
your member’s involvement in your association?
Click here for two valuable
practices every association should use to increase member involvement:
City Code for Solicitors
Have you ever wondered if there are any City codes about solicitors in
your neighborhood? The answer is yes. Chapter 45 of the Orlando City
Code regulates solicitors and their conduct.
Click here for some things to think about when you spot solicitors
in your neighborhood or at your door:
Email has become the primary communication tool for many neighborhood
organizations. Email is normally quick, reliable, allows for mass
communication and lets members respond in their own time.
Click here for
some tips to ensure your association emails are effective that were
written by Craig Strachan, who is a communications consultant.
The Mayor's Speakers Bureau is used to keep citizens informed,
engaged and knowledgeable about their City government.
Click here for more information or
to find out how to schedule a speaker.
Do you know a neighbor or a friend that works hard to keep their
neighborhood a great place to live?
Click here to find out how you can
nominate them for the Neighborhood Champion Award.