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Neighborhood Services

Leon County believes that strong and united neighborhoods make up the foundation of our community. To better serve our citizens, Leon County has created a resource for citizens in the community to access the information they need to improve and maintain their neighborhood.

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Tell Us About Your Neighborhood Association

Keep our neighborhood information map accurate when starting a new organization or updating a current one.


View Your Neighborhood on Our Neighborhood Map Tool

Search for your neighborhood using our interactive online neighborhood map tool.


Learn How to Start and Sustain a Neighborhood Association

Access information reflecting state and national best practices for new and established neighborhoods.


Request a County Representative to Speak at Your Meeting

Schedule a representative from Leon County to discuss important topics related to your neighborhood at your next meeting or event.


Reserve Meeting Space for Your Next Neighborhood Event

Book community rooms or park pavilions to host your next community meeting or event.


Apply for Neighborhood Recognition

Recognize your neighborhood or neighbor for outstanding achievements.


Access Resources for Housing Services and Assistance

Access information including assistance for first time home buyers, housing rehabilitation, housing assistance programs, fair housing, and affordable housing resources.


Prepare Your Neighborhood for the Next Disaster

Access Leon County's comprehensive guide tailored towards helping you prepare for the next disaster.


How You Can Help Prevent Crime in Your Neighborhood

Learn how to prevent crime in your neighborhood through Leon County Sheriff’s Crime Prevention Programs.


Connect with the City of Tallahassee’s Neighborhood Affairs Office

Access resources and information for residents living in City of Tallahassee limits from the City’s Neighborhood Affairs Office.