Residents & Neighborhoods
The Resident Information flier provides you with an understanding of the services offered to our residential communities, and the rules and regulations we must all follow. The flier is intended for general reference, but the City of St. Augustine ordinances can be read in their entirety on the MuniCode website.
Neighborhood Council of St. Augustine and neighborhood associations St. Augustine has many distinctive neighborhoods each with its own history, charm and style that is reflected in its architecture and character, and many are served by a neighborhood association that acts as both a social and advocate organization for residents.
Since its formation in 2003, the Neighborhood Council of St. Augustine has served as the umbrella organization for the many neighborhood associations that represent these distinctive areas of the city. The Council has as its purpose the promotion, maintenance, and enhancement of the quality, stability, and vitality of the residential neighborhoods of the city.
The Council works to foster cooperation among existing neighborhood associations, encourages the establishment of associations where none exist, and works closely within a cooperative way with government agencies and public and private organizations on behalf of the city’s residents.
The Council also provides valuable participation opportunities for residents by working with city officials to foster grassroots information sharing between the city and its constituencies by organizing meetings and town hall events.
While the council maintains a close working relationship with the City of St. Augustine, it is an independent not-for-profit organization wholly independent of the city. Additionally, each association sets its own boundaries and selects its own leadership.
To learn more about the Neighborhood Council of St. Augustine or to determine if a particular address falls within the area of an affiliated neighborhood association, contact the council at email@example.com.
The annual Neighborhood Grants program opens in January of each calendar year, with applications accepted through a designated deadline in February. The 2018 Neighborhood Grant applications are currently being accepted.
For details on current mobility issues and progress, visit our Mobility page.