Homeowners' Associations, Neighborhood Associations, and Crime Watch Groups
The City of Plano maintains an online contact database as a courtesy for all mandatory and voluntary Homeowners Associations (HOAs) and Neighborhood Associations (NAs) in Plano. Associations must submit the information they wish to be made available to the public through this registration tool. Information is displayed through a public interactive map and database system. Neighborhood Resource Map
Click here to view the Neighborhood Resources Map.
The information provided will be made available to City departments for official business activities, such as notifications for zoning requests, development activity, and community improvement projects. The contact database is also used by potential homebuyers, realtors, management companies, title companies, insurance companies, and residents in need of neighborhood contact information.
In order to be eligible for these programs and services, you must provide at least the following information
Name of Association
Name of contact person
Phone number OR email address of contact person
Boundaries of the neighborhood
Neighborhood Leadership Council Quarterly Breakfasts
Quarterly meetings of the Neighborhood Leadership Council are designed to provide a regular opportunity for the Mayor and City Council, as well as City Manager and members of the executive team, to share information about programs and services that the City provides which may be of value to your membership as well as to hear your input and ideas.
To view the PowerPoint presentation from the last meeting, held October 13th, 2017 please click here.
For more information, please contact a BEST Neighborhoods Planner at (972) 208-8150.