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Neighborhood Engagement Officers District Assignments
Districts Contact
1, 2, 5 & 10 Neighborhood Engagement Officer Barbara Ankamah Burford
Barbara Ankamah Burford
4, 7 & 9 Neighborhood Engagement Officer Mario Gutierrez
Mario Gutierrez
3, 6 & 8 Neighborhood Engagement Officer Elizabeth Mercado
Elizabeth Mercado

Weekly Neighborhood Engagement Brief

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City Resources

311 Report an Issue - If you notice an issue in your neighborhood or local area, report it via the City’s new online self-service portal.

Dial-A-Trailer - Dial-A-Trailer allows neighborhoods the opportunity to schedule and reserve a garbage truck on a Saturday to be used for the disposal of brush and bulky items.

Healthy Neighborhoods - Residents that are passionate about healthy eating and active living will be supported with resources from Metro Health to plan and initiate evidence-based childhood obesity prevention strategies at the neighborhood level.

Sidewalk Rebate Program - This program allows homeowners to apply for financial assistance in the form of partial rebates to help reduce the expense of sidewalk and curb repairs, including replacements.

Unified Development Code - The Unified Development Code (UDC) is located in Chapter 35 of the City's Code. It includes regulations for the preparation of land in anticipation of development, such as subdivision platting, zoning, and street and drainage design, as well as historic preservation. As such, the UDC implements the City's Comprehensive Plan and Master Plan Policies. Built into the UDC is a once every five year update program where amendments may be submitted for consideration and recommendation through various boards and commissions. Additionally, updates to UDC may be proposed at any time by staff or at the direction of the City Council.

Neighborhood Resources

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Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center - The BCDRC's primary focus is to provide mediation services to residents, businesses, and organizations of Bexar County at no charge.

Check-in Card (PDF)

Generating Involvement in your Association Presentation (PDF)

Guide to Board Member Roles & Responsibilities (PDF)

How to Build a Neighborhood Association Presentation (PDF)

How To Create a Facebook Group (PDF)

How to Create a Facebook Group for your Neighborhood Association (Video)

How To Webex (PDF)

Kid's Handout: A little about my neighborhood (PDF)

Neighborhood Association Sample Agenda (PDF)

Robert’s Rules of Order - Rules, sample agenda, order of motions and how to use a motion.

Running a Successful Neighborhood Association Presentation (PDF)

Succession Planning for Associations Presentation (PDF)

Video: A Guide to Community Association Meetings - A basic guide to board, annual and general meetings. How to run an effective meeting and keep it short.

Zoom How-To Guide (PDF)


The Neighborhood Engagement Team will regularly host virtual Community Conversations to gather feedback and provide information to residents and neighborhood associations on various topics pertaining to the community.






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