Getting Started for Cities and Towns


Neighborhoody helps cities and towns stay connected to HOAs, condos, townhomes and neighborhood associations. To learn more about getting your city or town added to the network, check out our partnership page. The purpose of this document is to review how the Neighborhoody powered directory interacts with your city or town website and how best to guide residents to use the directory to help with their questions or concerns. 

Neighborhoody Powered HOA and Condo Directory 

Empower Self Service 

Once your directory is fully operational, here are some of the polices and processes you can consider adopting to empower communities and residents to leverage this new information. 

1. Encourage communities to register on Neighborhoody rather than keeping track of names and phone numbers on your own.

  • Claiming is free, quick and simple, we're here to help and we do not sell user data. 
  • Keeping contact information up to date is an important part of taking care of a community, it is vital for both emergency situations and day to day community needs. 
  • Keeping contact information up to date as things change in Neighborhoody is much easier than making multiple phone calls.

2.  Send a message rather than calling. 

  • Messages are tracked for delivery and response time.
  • Messages are formatted for efficiency. 
  • Most calls end up as emails due to the nature of board member's and community manager's schedules. 
  • Emails encourage answers being added to a community's website for others that might have the same question.  

3. Suggest an edit for missing or incorrect information. 

  • Fill in gaps, if you had a question most likely others will too and we can get it added for you.
  • Report rather than research, we'll do the dective work for you and make sure information is accurate. 
  • Encourage folks reporting issues to you to report it through Neighborhoody directory and we can work with them to ensure information is accurate. 
  • If Neighborhoody does not have the authority to correct information, such as legal information, we can help direct folks to the right source to get the information updated.

4.  Leverage the community for support on best practices and lessons learned. Now that we're all connected, you don't have to solve difficult problems on your own. 

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