This section provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding neighborhood organizations.

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Neighborhood planning is an opportunity for citizens to take an active role in the future of their neighborhood. The neighborhood planning process involves citizens, businesses, local stakeholders, City departments, community organizations and instit... Read More

Neighborhood associations are formally recognized associations which offer an opportunity for citizens to participate in decision-making for their neighborhood. They are either created by the developer of a neighborhood or by the residents of a neigh... Read More

CenCON is comprised of Neighborhood Association representatives within the City of Centennial. Prior to the incorporation of Centennial, neighborhood associations of unincorporated Arapahoe County belonged to a single umbrella group known as Ara... Read More

The first step in starting a neighborhood association is to check for existing neighborhood organizations in and around your neighborhood. You may find it more beneficial to your neighborhood to be included within the boundaries of another organizati... Read More

To register your neighborhood organization with the City, visit the Neighborhoods page of our site where you will find the link for the Homeowners Association Application. Be sure to complete your request by clicking "Submit" at t... Read More

Registering your neighborhood organization with the City is important because it allows others to know about your organization and is also a way for the City to keep you up to date on news and events that may affect your neighborhood.

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