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Welcome to the Neighborhood Service Delivery Initiative
The Neighborhood Service Delivery Initiative (NSDI) was created as part of City Manager Jeff Pomeranz’s vision to bring City staff and services together to better address community concerns and strengthen relationships with neighborhood associations.

The Neighborhood Service Delivery Initiative Goals:

  • Improve Safety

  • Improve Property Maintenance

  • Improve Infrastructure

  • Improve Connection between the Neighborhoods and City

  • Improve City Responsiveness to Neighborhood Issues

  • Build Relationships with Neighborhoods

  • Bring Government Closer to People Served

  • Increase Visibility

City Staff and Neighborhood Support 
Members of the City’s senior management team will provide direct support to communities by serving as liaisons between the City and neighborhood associations. Each City Director is assigned to a neighborhood association and will attend neighborhood association meetings and act as the point of contact for community members that have questions about city services and programs.

City Directors will also work with teams from different City departments to respond to and address community concerns. Representatives have been assigned from Code Enforcement, Community Development, Fire, Parks & Recreation, Police, Public Works, and Utilities departments. 

To find out more about the Neighborhood Service Delivery Initiative, contact Jeff Wozencraft at 319-286-5772 or j.wozencraft@cedar-rapids.org.

Related Documents
Neighborhood Registration and Update Form
Neighborhood Association Guide
Neighborhood Reimbursement Request
Neighborhood Work Plan and Budget Sheet Template
Non-CDBG Certified Neighborhood Quarterly Report Template FY22
W9 Tax Form
Unincorporated Non-Profit Secretary of State Form

Neighborhood Resources
There are several resources provided by the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) through Community Development at the state level. Feel free to explore the various materials and links found within the state IEDA page

Organizational Resources
NSDI Overview

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