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iLead videos offer quick tips and best practices
in 2-minute segments.





Who We Are
The Neighborhood Relations Team from the Office of Communications and Neighborhood Relations. Learn about our office, the services we offer and meet our team.

Making a Motion
Learn the simple steps to making a motion at your neighborhood organization meetings.

Neighborhood Profile
Learn about a new way to look at your neighborhood and its surroundings. A 360 approach to growing your neighborhood organization.

Cultivating New Neighborhood Leadership 
Learn tips to get residents engaged in their organization through a variety of options including committees and elected positions.

Engaging Next Generation Leadership
Learn to recruit and engage new volunteers by focusing on the values and characteristics of the next generation of leadership.

Components of a Successful Association
Learn some basic building blocks in creating and maintaining a solid foundation for a neighborhood organization.

Communication Tools
Learn about effective communication tools and strategies to help foster success in your association.

Hosting a Neighborhood Block Party
Learn the benefits and guidelines for hosting a successful neighborhood block party.

Writing Your Neighborhood History
Do you know the history of your neighborhood? Learn the steps to take to write and preserve your neighborhood history.

Mayor’s Matching Grants for Neighborhood Organizations
The Mayor’s Matching Grant provides neighborhood organizations with financial resources to implement enhancement projects the organization would not normally be able to fund. Learn about the grant process and the steps to apply for a grant.

Ice Breakers
Learn new activities to help residents get to know one another. Help team members to relax and open up. Ice Breakers are a great way to start the flow of conversation on a positive note.

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