Homeowners' Associations, Neighborhood Associations, and Crime Watch Groups
The City of Plano maintains an online contact database of registered Homeowners and Neighborhood Associations across Plano. Also included are Crime Watch Groups that are the primary neighborhood organization for their area. Not sure if your neighborhood is registered? Check the Neighborhood Resource Map. Still don’t see your neighborhood? Read more about the benefits of registration, and then complete the Registration Form here.
What are the Benefits of Registration?
- Your neighborhood will be added to the Neighborhood Resources Map.
- Your neighborhood will be invited to quarterly Neighborhood Leadership Council meetings.
- Your neighborhood will receive regular communication about upcoming neighborhood-related events and programs.
- Your neighborhood will be eligible for many programs provided the Neighborhood Services Department Opens a New Window. , including the Pop-Up Party Trailer Opens a New Window. , Neighborhood Vitality and Beautification Grant Program Opens a New Window. , BEST Neighborhoods Designation Opens a New Window. , and Neighborhood Sign Toppers (information below).
Additionally, being included in the Neighborhood Resources Map (1) eases communication between neighborhood groups looking to connect and learn from other neighborhood groups, and (2) eases communication between City departments and neighborhood groups for items such as notifications for zoning requests, nearby development activity, and community improvement projects.
Please note, all information displayed in the Neighborhood Resource Map is provided voluntarily by the registered neighborhood groups. In order to receive all of the above benefits, you must minimally provide the name of your group, a main contact person, a phone number or email address for that contact person, and the boundaries of your neighborhood.
To submit updates or changes to your group’s information, complete the following form here.
City of Plano Neighborhood Sign Toppers
Sign toppers are installed to demonstrate neighborhood unity or identify the boundaries or existence of a (mandatory or voluntary) homeowners association, neighborhood association, or crime watch group. Registered neighborhoods with the City of Plano who are interested in neighborhood sign toppers should contact the Neighborhood Services Department Planning Technician, David Powell, at (972) 972-8150 or by email to learn more about program guidelines and procedures.
Neighborhood Leadership Council Quarterly Breakfasts
Quarterly meetings of the Neighborhood Leadership Council are designed to provide a regular opportunity for the Mayor and City Council, as well as City Manager and members of the executive team, to share information about programs and services that the City provides which may be of value to your membership as well as to hear your input and ideas.
To view the PowerPoint presentations from past Neighborhood Leadership Council meetings, please select the links below:
February 1st, 2019
November 2nd, 2018 Opens a New Window.
April 6th, 2018 Opens a New Window.
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For more information, please contact a BEST Neighborhoods Planning Technician at (972) 208-8150.