Carrollton has many strong and active neighborhood organizations. These organizations, along with their partnerships with schools, businesses, religious institutions, community organizations, and the city help make Carrollton what it is today. The city encourages communication, partnership and understanding among these groups.
Below are some resources for the neighborhood organizations and information on how to register or renew registrations with the Community Development Office.
Interested in starting a neighborhood organization? Does your organization wish to create a newsletter or eb site? Neighborhood resources can provide an abundance of information, ranging from by-laws to finance, crime watch to recruitment.
The handbook provides information on how to start up and maintain a Neighborhood Association or HOA. The advice and tips in the Handbook are as pertinent for new associations just starting out as to HOA's and Neighborhood Groups that have been active for years.
Watch these videos from our 2015 Involved Neighbors event covering various topics applicable to any neighborhood.
- There's a Grant for That!
- Emergency Preparedness at Home
- Elderly and Youth Abuse Prevention
- Environmental Quality in Our Community
- Crime Prevention
- Domestic Violence Education
- Animal Control Education
- Code Violations
- Volunteer Management
- Child Abuse Education
Carrollton Public Library – Neighborhood Resources
The Carrollton Public Library has a series of books and resources available for neighborhood associations. Click the link below to see what topics are available.
Resources for Mandatory HOA's
The following brochures provide assistance to neighborhood organizations.
- Neighborhood Events
- Neighborhood Finances
- Neighborhood Organization.
- Neighborhood Safety