Corvallis neighborhood associations participate in many things such as distributing neighborhood newsletters; forming neighborhood watch groups; keeping abreast on local land use and development issues; working on neighborhood improvement projects; and providing ways for neighbors to become connected and get to know each other
Periodically, City grants may be available to recognized associations for these types of activities.
For a neighborhood association to be recognized by the City, the following criteria must be met:
- Allow all residents and property owners within the defined geographic boundary to participate.
- Develop bylaws that include organization name, purpose, meeting schedule, and board of officers.
- Provide a written address and up to two contact people who will be responsible for disseminating information.
The following additional resources regarding neighborhood associations are available:
Contact the Planning Division for more information about existing Neighborhood Associations, or for information on how to form one of your own.