Neighborhood Services

Helping Neighborhoods Help Themselves

District Meetings bring people together, provide useful information and help you find ways to participate in your community.. Get involved and join us on the following dates and venues: 


District 1 Community Meeting
 Wednesday, June 7, 2023
Dale Junior High School,
 900 S. Dale Avenue

7:00p.m.

District 2 Community Meeting
 Thursday, June 8 2023
Brookhurst Community Center, 2271 Crescent Avenue

7:00p.m. 

District 3 Community Meeting
 Wednesday, June 14, 2023
Downtown Anaheim Community Center,
 250 E. Center St.

7:00p.m.

District 4 Community Meeting
 Thursday, June 15, 2023
Ponderosa Park Family Resource Center,
 320 E. Orangewood Avenue

7:00p.m.

District 5 Community Meeting
 Wednesday, June 21, 2023
1000 S. State College Blvd.

7:00p.m.

District 6 Community Meeting
 Thursday, June 22, 2023
East Anaheim Community Center,
 8201 E. Santa Ana Canyon Rd.

7:00p.m.

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About Us

Neighborhood Services serves as a single point of contact for residents in need of assistance. Are you unsure of what city department to contact? Do you have questions, ideas or concerns about your neighborhood? We can help! Neighborhood Improvement is accomplished by creating partnerships between stakeholders to work on issues of concerns and identify actions to address. 

The mission of Neighborhood Services is to facilitate a city-wide effort to improve the "livability" of Anaheim neighborhoods by enabling residents to assist themselves through the creation of partnerships between the city and other community-wide resources.

       Council Districts

Anaheim’s system for electing City Council Members is a “By-District” system. It is comprised of six electoral districts with the Mayor elected at large.  Do you know which district you live in? 
Click on the map below and find out.


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