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The Neighborhood Services Department (NSD) focuses
on preserving, enhancing and engaging Phoenix neighborhoods and helping residents to access city
services and programs.

Every five years, the city of Phoenix partners with the community to develop a strategic Consolidated Plan.

The plan defines strategies to address housing, community development needs, and current market conditions in order for the city of Phoenix to make informed decisions on an estimated $130 million in HUD grant funding. Grants include the Community Development Block Grant, Home Investment Partnership, Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS and Emergency Solutions Grant programs.

This plan outlines how the city will invest these federal funds to strengthen communities and enhance neighborhoods!  

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Lead Safety and Healthy Homes

 Lead Safe Phoenix focuses on more than lead hazards; we also have information on how you can create a safe and healthy home for your family. Visit Lead Safe Phoenix to learn more.​


Structured Sober Living Homes

The Phoenix City Council voted last April to set new regulations and policies for sober living. Starting July 1, 2018 there is a new licensing program for structured sober living homes.  To learn more or to get an application visit the City Cler​​k's licensing page. 

Important Info

Phone: 602-534-4444

In-person/U.S. Mail
Phoenix City Hall
200 W. Washington St., fourth floor
Phoenix, AZ  85003

Check out the latest news! 

Summer 2019 NSD Newsletter

Winter 2019 Newsletter (English)​

Winter 2019 Newsletter (Spanish) 

Learn more about NSD​