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Good Neighbor Agreement Workshop
What is a Good Neighbor Agreement?
A good neighbor agreement is one tool that neighbors can use to address issues of common concern with buisnesses, institutions, and organizations. Good neighbor agreements are non-binding and are flexible. They can serve as a platform for people to come together to talk about issues, and provide an avenue for an ongoing relationship between neighbors and businesses.
For an overview: Good Neighbor Agreement Presentation
Tips and notes from SE Uplift's Good Neighbor Agreement Workshop on November 14, 2012.
Examples of Good Neighbor Agreements
Good Neighborhood Agreements can be reached with a number of different types of businesses, institutions and organizations. Here are a few examples of good neighbor agreements by category:
- Office of Neighborhood Involvement Crime Prevention: Your crime prevention coordinator can provide assistance with developing a good neighbor agreement.
- Office of Neighborhood Involvement Liquor License Program: Can assist with issues related to alcohol.
- Resolutions Northwest: Offers free mediation services to help neighbors and businesses work through their issues.