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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Have you already completed an activity or project that increased the sense of community or quality of life in your neighborhood, either on your own or with funding from the city?  Breifly tell us about your experiences.

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