Friday September 28 is National Good Neighbor Day!Download Good Neighbor Kit
In 1978, President Jimmy Carter issued a proclamation with the desire to build and nurture a sense of community in our neighborhoods.
To celebrate the importance of being a good neighbor we have created National Good Neighbor Day kit and National Good Neighbor Day cones for Riverside residents to use to leave treats or flowers on their neighbors doorstep.
Please join the Neighborhood Engagement Division in spreading neighborliness by participating or sharing on social media how you are being a good neighbor #ILoveRiverside #GoodNeighborDay.
It’s the little things that mean the most! On National Good Neighbor Day, fill a paper cone basket with flowers or treats and leave anonymously on a neighbor’s doorstep. Guaranteed to bring a smile to their face!Download Template
2011 Neighborhood Leadership Academy
Annual Neighborhood Assembly and Awards
Jack B. Clarke Good Neighbor and Neighborhood Spirit Award
For more information on how to nominate someone, click here...
|2010 Neighborhood Leadership Academy September 16 through November 4, 2010 â€“ Now accepting applications|
|Click here for more information and to apply...|
Are you interested in working together with your fellow residents to improve your community? We would like to help those efforts by providing information and support for community organizing.
Neighborhood organizations pull residents together to prevent crime, reduce blight, and tackle issues that threaten neighborhood stability. They also take on beautification projects and help you meet your neighbors. You will make friends and have fun in the process.