Neighborhood Services Department
The Neighborhood Services Department was created to preserve and revitalize our neighborhoods and to help residents access city services.

Community Block Grant Program
This program was created to revitalize neighborhoods and housing primarily in low-income areas, promote economic development and to provide public facilities/infrastructure and services. It is funded through annual block grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Phoenix program uses its CDBG funds for comprehensive revitalization of designated neighborhoods, housing rehabilitation, construction of facilities such as senior and community centers, small business loan programs, social services and homeless assistance. The program has touched and enriched lives, especially of low- and moderate-income residents, by providing facilities, housing and services that otherwise would not have been available.

Eligible Applicants: Non-profit corporations, schools, and charter schools.

Revitalization Division
Elements include Housing Rehabilitation which has several loan and grant programs designed to help residents meet code requirements and improve the safety, comfort, appearance and value of their homes. These programs are available to low- and moderate-income residents who meet specific income requirements. Other elements include Graffiti Busters, Sign Abatement, and Shopping Cart Retrieval


Neighborhood Clean Up Program
Scottsdale is committed to helping maintain the vitality of it's original community by focusing on aesthetic improvements and promoting well-maintained and safe neighborhoods. As part of this program, the city is providing two FREE services under the Neighborhood Clean up Program to residents/volunteers who organize neighborhood clean up efforts.

Scottsdale's Revitalization Program
Through the revitalization program, the City of Scottsdale is partnering with its residents, business owners, community groups, etc., exchanging tools and resources for revitalization, restoration and renewal of southern Scottsdale.


Community Partnerships
A partnership of employees and community members working together to enhance the quality of life through civic education, housing assistance, housing rehabilitation, community volunteerism, affordable housing, neighborhood services, conflict resolution and neighborhood revitalization.

Services and programs offered through three divisions:
1) The Neighborhood Partnership Office offers a variety of programs and services to help keep our neighborhoods healthy and strong, while also building their capacity.
2) Community Revitalization provides funding to support direct services for residents through non-profits and other housing improvements, including:.
3) Community Housing provides safe, decent, sanitary housing for Glendale residents with very low to low incomes.


Housing and Redevelopment
This division consists of the sections responsible for coordinating and facilitating the provision of affordable housing, social services, and neighborhood revitalization efforts for Chandler's low and moderate income citizens.


Neighborhood Enhancement
The Neighborhood Enhancement Section is responsible for the enforcement of a variety of municipal codes and ordinances which were created to promote the health, safety, and welfare of our citizens. The enforcement of codes enhances the quality of life in our city and helps to maintain healthy neighborhoods free of unsightly or hazardous conditions that can have a negative impact on surrounding property values.

Community Development
The mission of Community Development is to create and implement economically and environmentally sustainable community solutions, ultimately serving to improve the quality of life in Tempe and the metropolitan region. The Revitalization and Redevelopment Division Division is charged with a wide variety of projects including redevelopment, historic preservation, housing assistance, homeless coordination, code compliance and neighborhood revitalization.


HUD Section 203(k) Program
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), which is part of the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), administers various single family mortgage insurance programs. These programs operate through FHA-approved lending institutions which submit applications to have the property appraised and have the buyer's credit approved. These lenders fund the mortgage loans which the Department insures. The program is available through FHA approved lenders.