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City of El Paso 
Neighborhood Association Annual Report

PLEASE RETURN FORM BJUNE 30TH


As required under the Neighborhood Association Recognition Ordinance (Municipal Code Section 2.102.040 E.)

Recognized Neighborhood Associations are required to submit an Annual Neighborhood Report in order to maintain recognition status with the City. The purpose of this requirement is to ensure that associations are in compliance with all requirements and have updated contacts on file with the City.

Civic Empowerment Division
City of El Paso, Department of Community and Human Development

City 3 – 801 Texas Ave., 3rd Flr, El Paso, Texas 79901
Phone: (915) 212-1680
Email: neighborhoodservices@elpasotexas.gov

 

1.  Name of neighborhood/civic association*:

2. Current number of members in the association*:

3. Primary Association contacts to receive City notices:

First Point-of-Contact

Reminder that all Planning notices are sent directly to the 1st Point of Contact

Email Release Consent

*Email provided is solely for the purpose of communicating with the City of El Paso electronically. It is not made available to the public unless you affirmatively give consent for public release. 

Providing consent to public release your email is optional. It allows for Neighborhood Services to provide your emailto residents, media, and others entities that may be attempting to contact your neighborhood association.

Second Point-of-Contact

Email Release Consent

*Email provided is solely for the purpose of communicating with the City of El Paso electronically. It is not made available to the public unless you affirmatively give consent for public release. 

Providing consent to public release your email is optional. It allows for Neighborhood Services to provide your emailto residents, media, and others entities that may be attempting to contact your neighborhood association.

Would you like to add any additional point(s) of contact?

Additional Point of Contact Email Release Consent

4. Association meetings:

How often does your association normally meet?

Most Recent Held Meeting

Date:

Date Picker

5. Civic Empowerment Survey

The Civic Empowerment team is tasked with tracking neighborhood associations’ satisfaction with the communication and support that you receive. Your response and input will allow us to improve our processes with you.

How useful are the communications/information you receive from Neighborhood Services?

The Resident Engagement team is considering hosting quarterly trainings/workshops for all NAs. Which topics would be most valuable to you?

Are you a member of the Neighborhood Coalition? If yes, skip next question.

If no, would you like to receive more information about the Neighborhood Coalition?

How active are you and/or your Association members within the Neighborhood Coalition?

6. Other information:

Did you know that the city of El Paso, TX was selected to host the Neighborhoods USA National Conference in May, 2023?! This is the first time in our city's history that we have the opportunity to host this impactful event designed to educate over 600+ residents from across the nation and showcase the local community's strength within our neighborhoods. Please visit their website at Home - Neighborhoods USA (nusa.org) and stay tuned for additional information from the Resident Engagement team.

Please list your NA's 2021-2022 activities, accomplishments, awards, recognitions, special events, etc. that you and your members are proud of. Information provided may be used in selecting the Neighborhood Association of the Year Award at the next Neighborhood Summit. Attach additional pages if needed.

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