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Block Party Outreach

So you want to throw a block party? Increase the chances of your neighbors showing up by creating inspiring outreach materials, like flyers, postcards, door hangers, or posters. Check out these examples to get your creative juices flowing.

Notification for Meetings

Neighborhood associations are required to provide general and direct notification prior to any general, board, special, committee, or emergency meeting. The following document outlines the minimum notification requirements set by the ONI Standards. However, each neighborhoods’ bylaws may have additional requirements.

Discussions & Voting

Neighborhood associations must follow open meeting laws for discussions and decision-making as defined in the ONI Standards. The following document outlines what decisions require a vote, the voting procedure, and what types of discussions can happen outside of a public meeting.

A Beginner’s Guide To Storytelling Shows

Storytelling is a great way to get people connected to your organization—it’s fun for the storytellers and your audience. In this guide you will find several important things to consider when preparing a storytelling show.

Meeting Facilitation Tips

Meeting facilitation is no easy task. It takes time and practice in order to find your best leadership style. Here are some tips to get started on the right foot.

Standards for Neighborhood Associations

Since City Council first established a neighborhood system in 1974 there have been rules establishing the basis for City recognition of Neighborhood Associations, District Coalitions, Office of Neighborhood Involvement and the responsibilities and benefits accruing thereto. In effect, these rules ensure inclusion, accountability and transparency in the deliberative process through which Neighborhood Associations go about making decisions and policy recommendations.

Additional Resources

Looking for the right hauler? Want to compare what different neighborhoods charge per load? How about a comprehensive guide that will walk you through all of the necessary steps needed to run a smooth and successful event? For all this and more check this tutorial.

Final Reporting Tool Kit

Find the nitty-gritty details of what you’ll need to track for your final reporting process in our “Final Reporting” tutorial linked in the image above. We recommend taking a look while you’re still getting started to help ensure that your event runs smoothly!

Getting Started Tool Kit

Want to plan a neighborhood cleanup, but aren’t sure where to begin? SE Uplift provides staff support and makes sure that you have what you need right from the get go. We can help you get you off on the right foot with our “Getting Started” tutorial..

Working With Challenging Behaviors

As a neighborhood association board member you will work with people from a variety of backgrounds and viewpoints. This can be both rewarding and difficult. Here are some tips for handling those trying moments.

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