City of Boulder Neighborhood Services
Neighborhood Services is your connection for finding and utilizing city departments and resources.
What is Neighborhood Services?
Whether you have lived in town for decades or just moved into the area, we want you to know that Neighborhood Services is your connection for finding and utilizing city departments and resources.
How to Build Community in Your Neighborhood
Connect with your neighbors
Say hello in-person and online. Using listservs, emails, texting, and Nextdoor all are great ways to get in contact.
Host a neighborhood block party
Block Party Permitting, Trailer and other resources: Information on when/how to get a Block Party Permit, how to reserve the Block Party Trailer, and a tool kit for great block party ideas and resources.
Stay connected to the city
- If you have questions, ideas or feedback for city staff, reach out to the City of Boulder’s Neighborhood Liaison: Edgar Chavarria by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 303-441-1895.
- Participate in online engagement opportunities about issues that are important to you. Find these through the calendar at bouldercolorado.gov/calendar and beheardboulder.org/
- Report an issue (such as public safety, code regulations, roads and transportation, etc.) by using the city's online tool.
Apply for a Neighborhood Connection Grant
Apply for programming or funding to bring your community together by sharing experiences in your community and around the city. Information about this program can be found on the Neighborhood Connection Grant Program website.