Empowering Neighbors, Cultivating Communities: Learn how to start a neighborhood group today

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The Golden Ponds Neighborhood came together for a Farm to Table dinner in Longmont.

Neighborhoods with active community groups share a stronger sense of community and quality of life, benefiting from improved health and happiness, lower crime rates, and higher property values. Community & Neighborhood Resources and the Neighborhood Group Leaders Association empower community groups in Longmont to create sustainable and resilient neighborhoods. Connect with neighbors at a block party, host an outdoor movie night, plant a community pollinator garden, build a little free library, or facilitate other community-driven improvements with our support and resources.


Neighborhoods with active community groups share a stronger sense of community and quality of life, benefiting from improved health and happiness, lower crime rates, and higher property values. Community & Neighborhood Resources and the Neighborhood Group Leaders Association empower community groups in Longmont to create sustainable and resilient neighborhoods. Connect with neighbors at a block party, host an outdoor movie night, plant a community pollinator garden, build a little free library, or facilitate other community-driven improvements with our support and resources.


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Tell us about the assets in your neighborhood

almost 2 years

First, identify approximately where you live (orange). 

Next, locate some of your favorite assets that you think make your neighborhood unique or great (Green/Blue).

Finally, identify one or two concerns you think a neighborhood-based community group could improve with support from the City.


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