Neighborhood & Housing Services Department
Mailing / Physical Address
1400 S. Flores
San Antonio, TX 78204
The City of San Antonio maintains a listing of neighborhood associations, including voluntary associations and mandatory associations (such as HOAs or POAs). This registry reflects associations that have completed and maintained registration with the City.
Neighborhood representatives must register and submit annual updates with NHSD to remain on the listing. The listing does not include every HOA or neighborhood organization within the City; it reflects those which have voluntarily registered with NHSD. Registration is highly encouraged, as it provides a critical link between the City and neighborhood organizations.
Read the Neighborhood Association Registry Policy (PDF).
Ready to register? Need to update your neighborhood's information? Completed forms may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to 1400 S. Flores St. San Antonio, TX 78204, attn. Neighborhoods.
For a new registration, please also include a signed copy of the adopted bylaws and a boundary map.
For an update, please include any updated, signed bylaws, if amendments have been made since last update.
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The City of San Antonio maintains a registry of community organizations. This registry reflects organizations that have completed and maintained registration with the City.
Completed Community Organization registration or update forms may be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to 1400 S. Flores St. San Antonio, TX 78204, attn. Neighborhoods.
For a new community organization registration, please also include a signed copy of the adopted bylaws.
The Neighborhood & Housing Services Department hosted three virtual community input sessions on December 1, 2, and 3, 2020 to gather feedback on our Neighborhood Association and Community Organization Registration Policy. Please view the recordings below. If you were unable to attend, we invite you to take our survey and share your thoughts and ideas as to how we can improve the Neighborhood Association Registry and the registration policy to better serve you and your community. We will return in January 2021 for another series of Community Conversations to share the results with you.
NOTE: 2021 Dates will be announced in early January
What are the benefits of registering a Neighborhood Association?
Registration is a mutually-beneficial service that promotes two-way communication between neighborhoods and the City. The information on file with the City:
Why does the City require this information for registration?
Some information is required for registration by the Unified Development Code (Section 35-408), while other information helps us connect residents or staff with the association. It is critical that our information is accurate, so that your neighborhood receives all intended notifications. The information used for notification is published online, and can be viewed here. Additional information may be made public through an Open Records Request. If you have any questions about how your information is used, please contact Neighborhood Engagement staff.
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