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Join us for our next Good Neighbor Project meeting hosted by City Staff, Davenport Police, and St. Ambrose University. Guest speaker Stephanie Hernandez, Director of Initiatives for Family Resources will discuss topics including the Coordinated Assessment Program (CAP), how it can benefit your family, resources available through this program, and more about how qualified professionals can help families build individualized care plans.
 
We look forward to seeing you Tuesday, September 13, 2022 at 6:00p.m. - Rogalski Center at St. Ambrose University; 518 W Locust St. for an informative night.

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What Is the Good Neighbor Project
The Good Neighbor Project is neighborhood program that is designed to fit the individual needs of community neighborhoods. There is no formal process to follow and there are no requirements for neighborhood boundaries, size, or meeting expectations. The goals of the program are:

  • To Empower and Stabilize neighborhoods by connecting neighbors and building meaningful relationships
  • To foster and encourage natural crime prevention and community engagement through the process of forming functioning neighborhood groups
  • To enhance communication and collaboration with citizens through a partnership with City staff and the Davenport Police Department
Follow this link for more information and to download our Good Neighbor Project Starter Kit
Register Your Neighborhood

When you register your neighborhood with the Good Neighbor Project, you add your contact information to the communication list used by Sgt Andrew Harris and Allie McWilliams to share information with you and your neighbors about community updates, opportunities, alerts, events, and more. 

To Register your Neighborhood, click this link.


Benefits of Knowing Your Neighbors
  • Creating a sense of safety and belonging
  • You get access to information and resources. You can find out what’s happening on your street and in your city.
  • Your neighborhood becomes safer. Many times neighbors are the first responders and the first to report. Do your neighbors know how to get ahold of you if they notice things like:  
    • Your garage door open?
    • A stranger lurking around your car?   
    • Your mail piling up?
  • You may find out that an assumption based on a first impression is incorrect.
  • You receive support and help as well as notice others in need. 
  • You feel good! When you say hello in passing, wave when you drive by, or simply smile at a neighbor, you feel included with a stronger sense of belonging.
  • Your social circle then expands. Seeing a familiar face daily leads to long lasting relationships.
  • Try practicing the 9 House Model. In residential areas each homeowner or renter should try to get to know the neighbors that live in the three homes behind them, the three homes across the street from them and the neighbors on either side. The idea is to get to know some of the neighbors who live closest to you and then you can share contact information with each other in case any needs or emergencies arise. Business sized contact cards are a perfect way to carry your neighbors information.
  • Continue communication with neighbors by hosting meetings, by starting a newsletter or sending out email updates, creating a social media group or by downloading the NextDoor App.

Ways to communicate:

 With your neighbors!

  • Find a garage buddy
  • Exchange contact information

With your police officers!

  •  Invite them to a neighborhood meeting
  • Schedule a ride-along

With your City Staff!

 

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Upcoming Meetings and Events

 

Neighborhood Services and Resources
  • Sign up for Alert Iowa notifications for weather alerts, ward meetings, volunteer opportunities, snow emergencies, street closures and more.
  • To request Public Works services for potholes, overgrown weeds, illegal dumping, debris, abandoned vehicles and more you can download the See, Click, Fix app on your mobile device and watch your request progress until it is completed and closed. You an also call in your request to 563.326.7923 or visit our website here.
  • Want to find out what Ward a property is located in? Visit the Ward Map and enter the address.
  • Meet your Ward Aldermen & Alderwomen. Visit our City Council page to see pictures and read biographies for each of Davenport's eight Ward Representatives as well as the two At-Large Aldermen.
  • Do you know someone in your neighborhood who is in need but you don't know what resources are available in our community? This list of General Agencies provides contact information and types of assistance available.
  • The Coordinated Assessment Program (CAP) - is here to help. They're on a mission to connect all Scott County families to the resources needed to support the health, happiness and ongoing success for youth. Their qualified professionals specialize in helping families build individualized care plans for their children - which can range from advocacy, educational support, therapy, medical and medication management, and basic needs to behavioral health intervention.
The Davenport Pulse Podcast

The Davenport Pulse is a podcast aimed at connecting citizens to their local government. Together we will explore important issues impacting our neighborhoods and community, through conversations with residents, city staff, and elected officials. Davenport is the urban pulse at the heart of the Quad Cities, rich in history and character, where folks with a Midwest mentality plant personal and professional roots. Come explore with us the people, places, and programs that make Davenport home. Listen today!

 

The Pulse Digital Newsletter

Stay connected with your local government through Davenport’s digital newsletter The Pulse, delivered directly to your inbox the first and third Tuesday of the month. The newsletter will provide residents with brief and informative articles about City services, programs, and projects. Click here to signup.

 

Is There a Good Neighbor Project Near Me?

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**Some Good Neighbor Project areas will not contain contact information. It is the choice of the Neighborhood Leader to share that information.

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Davenport Police Camera Registration

To Register your security camera in the voluntary Davenport Police Camera Registration Program so you can assist police in an investigation, click here


Submit an Anonymous Tip

The Davenport Police Department has partnered with Crime Stoppers of the Quad Cities to make it simple for everyone to anonymously report information. If you see or hear something suspicious or concerning, we encourage you to submit an anonymous tip, anytime/anywhere. There are two ways to do this:

Download the Mobile App "P3 Tips"
Available on Google Play or the App Store
P3 App 

or Visit qccrimestoppers.com  and click on Submit a Tip

Contact

Good Neighbor Project
226 W 4th Street
Davenport, IA 52801
Phone:
563-888-3202
Email:
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Contact Information
If you have questions or need to reach out:

Allie McWilliams, Community Engagement Coordinator
563.888.3202
Email [email protected] 

or contact 

Sgt Andrew Harris, Community Impact Team Supervisor
Davenport Police Department, Services Division
563.888.3637
[email protected]