The City of Peoria's Community Assistance division provides information and assistance to residents who live in traditional and a home owners association. We offer HOA Classes and an annual HOA Academy. We strive to maintain a map of current HOAs and contacts. Therefore, the City encourages all communities to register. In addition, the City operates a Neighborhood Grant program to engage and revitalize communities in Peoria.
HOA Academy and Classes
Next FREE HOA Class: January 21, 2020 1:00-2:30pm
Presented by Mulcahy Law Firm
Topic - TBD
Next Academy: Mar 2020
Presented by Carpenter Hazlewood and Mulcahy Law Firms
2019 HOA Academy topics were:
- Welcome to Running an HOA
- Enforcement Essentials
- Fair Housing
- Case Laws from 2018
- Management Companies
- Pet Issues
- Updating Documents and Record Keeping
- Parking Lot-Attendee Issues
HOA Academy Mission
The mission of this Academy is to educate HOA board members, management teams, and all interested homeowners. The information provided by the Academy will enable students to maintain vibrant, healthy and responsive homeowners associations. The City of Peoria is proud to partner with Carpenter Hazlewood and Mulcahy Law Firms to offer this dynamic one day training course once a year.
Neighborhood Grants Program - NOW OPEN
Grant applications will be accepted beginning Monday, September 9, 2019
Application Deadline: Monday, October 21, 2019 at 5:00pm
Interview Information: Every community submitting an application must appear before the Neighborhood Grants Committee. This is an opportunity to ensure that the committee fully understands the application and your community needs. The grant interviews will be held on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 between 8:00 am -12:00 pm. Please make sure that there will be a representative from your community available during this time. Eligible applicants will be notified on or before November 5, 2019 with the time they will be required to appear before the committee.
The City of Peoria’s Neighborhood Grants Program is designed to assist HOAs with projects that engage, revitalize and/or provide safety to the community. The neighborhood-based projects should bring residents together, build community and establish a positive identity. Those who are active partners in their community, and interested in improving the quality of life in their neighborhoods, are encouraged to apply. Up to $10,000 may be awarded toward eligible projects.
Neighborhood and HOA Information
View Peoria's HOAs on an interactive map. Click on the HOA of interest to view the contact information.
View HOA Contact List (PDF) Need to get in touch with the main contact for your HOA? The link above contains a list of known HOA contacts in Peoria.
How To Register Your Neighborhood
Make sure that we have the most current information on your community so that we can continue to update our HOA Contact List. Additionally, every community MUST be registered to apply for the Neighborhood Grants Program. Register Your Neighborhood
Why Register Your Neighborhood?
The Community Assistance Division maintains a directory of traditional neighborhood associations and homeowners associations. This information is used to facilitate the flow of information regarding neighborhood issues to and from City Hall. If you are a resident in a community governed by a homeowner association, or if you are a member of a traditional neighborhood association, we ask that you take a moment and register your association by completing/updating the Neighborhood Registration Form. Because of the constant changes in leadership we need your help to keep our list up to date to better serve you.
Have Questions? We have answers.
Neighborhood & Human Services
Community Assistance Division
9875 N. 85th Avenue, 1st floor
Peoria, AZ 85345
Phone: (623) 773-5140