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Neighborhood Associations

Interested in getting more involved in your neighborhood?
Join your local Neighborhood Association today!

Neighborhood Associations are intended to allow residents to come together, organize, voice their concerns, and seek solutions to enhance the quality of life for their families and neighbors. This page contains pertinent information surrounding your neighborhood associations courtesy of the Neighborhood Association Council of San Bernardino. Neighborhood Associations are formed with residents of San Bernardino, just like you. Get involved and make a difference. 


  President's Message! 

Helpful Links

Neighborhood Associations Meetings/Events Calendar
Neighborhood Association Map (interactive) or printable letter size map (PDF) 

Neighborhood Voice Newsletters 

Neighborhood Association Newsletter - Winter 2022

Neighborhood Association Newsletter - Summer 2021

Neighborhood Association Newsletter - Spring 2021

 Neighborhood Associations Newsletter - February 2021

Neighborhood Associations Newsletter - Fall 2021

Are you new to the neighborhood or just want to find your local Association? Fill in your address below to find out more information, get involved or just browse.


Check out the City's calendar for upcoming Neighborhood Association Meetings!

Street Number
Street Name

      Active Neighborhood Associations Contact Information

Arrowhead/Community Builders 

Arrowhead Farms


Blair Park

 Cimmaron Ranch
Civic Center
 Delmann Heights

Del Rosa Neighborhood Action Group (DRNAG)


Hudson Park

Kendall Hills

 La Plaza


Mount Vernon


North End Neighborhood Association (NENA)

Perris Hill
Rancho West
 San Bernardino High School
Scenic Riverwalk 
Shandin Hills
South Pointe

Terrace West


Valley College


 Warm Springs

Wildwood Park


Don't see your Association listed? Contact the Neighborhood Association Council to find out how you can activate your Association.

About the Neighborhood Association Council of San Bernardino
Each Neighborhood Association has a president who serves on the Neighborhood Association Council. They meet regularly and strive to make Associations work for everyone. To learn more about the NAC, call 951-237-3016, email nacsbcal@gmail.com or Like them on Facebook.

Vision: Safe and vibrant neighborhoods.

Mission: To enhance the quality of life for residents within San Bernardino's diverse neighborhoods; through empowerment, collaboration, and shared resources.

Goals: To establish and strengthen new and existing Neighborhood Associations. As well as, increase the visibility and significance of the Neighborhood Association Council as an advocate for strong neighborhood associations.

NAC Documents