Being a good neighbor helps build solid relationships and makes a tremendous difference in the overall dynamic of our community. Here are four easy ways to get started. Continue reading 4 proven ways you can practice and perfect the art of good neighboring
Have new residents moved into your neighborhood recently? Is there a neighbor on your street you’ve never met? Since Tuesday is National Good Neighbor Day, it’s an ideal time to take the first step to connect and introduce yourself. It takes good neighbors to make great neighborhoods!
Continue reading Tuesday’s National Good Neighbor Day is an ideal time to practice the art of good neighboring
As we prepare for the fall semester to start, you may see some new faces – and lots of moving vans – around your neighborhood. Here are five thoughtful ways you can welcome newcomers to our community. Continue reading 5 thoughtful ways to establish friendly relationships with your new neighbors
Mosquito dunks are an effective, easy to use, and environmentally friendly way to keep dangerous mosquitoes from breeding around your home. The City of College Station’s Mosquito Abatement Program provides free mosquito dunks while supplies last. Continue reading Mosquito dunks can help you rout those aggravating pests
Looking for a chance to meet those who recently moved into your neighborhood? Monday is National Good Neighbor Day, and it’s an ideal opportunity to welcome the newcomers — the first step in being a good neighbor. As an icebreaker, you can even present them with a free City of College Station welcome bag. Continue reading Good neighbors are the key to great neighborhoods
Have you ever returned home to your nice, quiet neighborhood to find an unfamiliar vehicle parked on the street in front of your house? It may be a nuisance when a non-guest parks in front of your house, but it’s not against the law. Continue reading Posting your own “No Parking” sign isn’t a solution