Councilman Lovejoy Announces Good Neighbors Initiative

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Provided by Councilman Ian Lovejoy

As sure as Spring has sprung (and now Summer too) so to will the city see an increase in quality of life issues.  While the city has a strong team of folks working on these issues, we need all citizens to work together to be Good Neighbors.  I, like you, care deeply about our city and its neighborhoods.  After all, our city is only as strong as the neighborhoods that comprise it.  As the former Vice President of one of our City’s largest HOAs and as a member of the City Council, I know the challenges our home owners are facing every day.  Neighboring blight, maintenance issues, noise violations and overcrowding are just a few of the issues that impact the peaceful enjoyment of our homes, cause property values to drop and lower community morale.  I hope you’ll join me in working to make a difference on these quality of life issues in our city.  The time for action is now!

Do Your Part
Be a good neighbor, maintain your property and follow the rules.  Have a neighbor who needs a little help?  Offer to assist!  If the problem persists, get help from the city.

Get Help
If you are a landlord, tenant or resident who needs help understanding or complying with city ordinances, contact the city.

Reporting Issues/Concerns
Zoning Issues:  703-257-8278
Blight/Graffiti: 703-257-8424
Overcrowding: 703-257-8424
Road/Sidewalk issues: 703-257-8378
Police non-emergency: 703-257-8000
Animal control: 703-257-8009
Fire Marshal: 703-257-8455
Parking Enforcement: 703-257-8198

You may also report issues directly on the city website.

I’ve been focusing on raising awareness of how these issues can be addressed throughout the 2nd Quarter of 2015 (and year long).


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