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What is Neighborhood Planning? | Neighborhood Plans | Revitalization Links

What is Neighborhood Planning?
Neighborhood plans are undertaken periodically to review the concerns of established neighborhoods. Often these concerns relate to aging common facilities, property maintenance, and issues that arise from growth outside the neighborhood, such as increased cut-through traffic. 

The City has made it a priority to maintain the quality of its neighborhoods. Through Neighborhood Planning, City administrators and staff create a dialogue with residents to solve problems, enhance the neighborhood and decide how their neighborhoods will move into the future.

Neighborhood Plans
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  1. Downtown Neighborhood Plan
    (1994, reviewed in 2002)
  2. Greater Round Rock West Plan (1996)
  3. Northeast Neighborhood Plan (1998)
  4. Chisholm Valley 
    Neighborhood Improvement Plan (2001)
  5. Greater Lake Creek
    Neighborhood Improvement Plan (2001)

 

 

Helpful Neighborhood Revitalization Information
Neighborhoods USA
http://www.nusa.org

NeighborWorks
http://www.nw.org

Partners for Livable Communities
http://www.livable.com

Local Government Commission
http://www.lgc.org
Neighborhood.Com
http://www.neighborhood.com

National Crime Prevention Council
http://www.ncpc.org

Center for Neighborhood Technology
http://www.cnt.org

The Urban Institute
http://www.urban.org

If you have any questions regarding neighborhood planning, please contact Joelle Jordan at (512) 218-5422.

1 What’s the difference between a Homeowners’ Association and a Neighborhood Association?
A Homeowners’ Association (HOA) is a legal organization that collects dues to maintain common facilities. It also has the power to fine property owners for violations of deed restrictions (often relating to maintenance). A Neighborhood Association is a purely voluntary residents’ organization with no legal powers, formed to advocate for neighborhood interests (and sometimes social functions). Some neighborhoods have neither an HOA nor a Neighborhood Association, and a few areas have both.



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