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Neighborhood Associations

There are 11 organized neighborhood associations in Redwood City. Some meet frequently and are very active, others less so, but all are important points of contact between the City and the people who live and work here.

(These City-affiliated Neighborhood Associations are not to be confused with homeowners associations (HOAs) which are organized to manage their own privately-owned developments)

The City offers assistance to these groups, such as helping with duplication of meeting agendas, or scheduling City staff to attend to talk about specific projects or issues. These Associations each have a chairperson as well as a designated Community Coordinating Activities Team officer assigned by the Redwood City Police Department to provide support and information, and serve as a communications conduit.

You are encouraged to find your neighborhood association and become active with other members of your community!

 

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