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Neighborhood Enhancement Partnership

The Neighborhood Enhancement Partnership (NEP) program helps to prevent the decline of mature neighborhoods by encouraging property owners to enhance their own neighborhoods. NEP provides on-going funding opportunities that can assist in neighborhood-based improvement projects. Improvements/enhancements must benefit the entire neighborhood (applications for individual homes will not be accepted).

The program seeks to preserve and promote all Scottsdale neighborhoods by ensuring that mature neighborhoods are equipped to address emerging or future neighborhood needs that do not exist in newly established neighborhoods. By encouraging neighborhood participation and investment, it is the program’s objective to address individual neighborhood needs before they become community challenges.

Spirit Awards seek McDowell Corridor Nominations

Community members are invited to nominate McDowell Road Corridor (pdf/1.6mb) properties for a Spirit of Scottsdale Award. 

To nominate a property visit Spirit Awards.

nep Application, guidelines & CLASSES

NEP Application (PDF/183KB)

NEP Maintenance Project - Supplemental Information (PDF/10kb)

NEP Calculating Sweat Equity (PDF/35kb)

NEP Qualification Guidelines (PDF/34KB)

Neighborhood College Program - Free Classes


Primary Contact:

Christy Hill, Citizen Liaison
Phone: 480-312-4126
Email: chhill@scottsdaleaz.gov

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