Neighborhood Associations and Other Resources

Syracuse is home to many neighborhood and community-based organizations. These groups are created by concerned residents, business owners, and service providers who hope to improve our quality of life.

Neighborhood associations offer a great opportunity to meet folks in your community, get engaged in our City, work on challenges, and plan events. These are independent groups — they’re not sponsored by the city. You can find your local neighborhood associations below.


Southside

Citywide Organizations

While they’re not neighborhood associations, these organizations and agencies also focus on improving communities in Syracuse.

Community support

100 Black Men of Syracuse

This group is committed to improving the quality of life in the Greater Syracuse Community through education, mentorship, and service. Learn about 100 Black Men of Syracuse.

Boys and Girls Club

Boys & Girls Club works to make a positive and life-long impact on our community’s children. Learn about the Boys & Girls Club.

RISE (Refugee and Immigrant Self-Empowerment)

RISE works with refugee and immigrant communities in Onondaga County to promote self-sufficiency through employment, education, and social support. Learn about RISE.


Housing and community development

A Tiny Home For Good

This organization provides safe, affordable, and dignified housing for people coming out of the shelter system. Learn about A Tiny Home for Good.

CNY Fair Housing

This group works to eliminate housing discrimination, promote open communities, and ensure equal access to housing opportunity for everyone in Central and Northern New York. Learn about CNY Fair Housing.

Empire Housing and Development

This organization focuses on revitalizing communities in Syracuse and around New York State. They provide consulting and other support to non-profits, developers, builders, and communities.  Learn about Empire Housing and Development

Erie Enriched Housing Program

Enriched housing programs provide long-term residential care to adults, mostly people age 65 or older. Learn about the Erie Enriched Housing Program.

Greater Syracuse Land Bank

Land banks are not-for-profit or governmental organizations that help make abandoned properties useful again. Learn about the Land Bank.

Home HeadQuarters

This non-profit housing and community development organization helps improve communities and create housing opportunities in Central and Upstate New York. Learn more about Home HeadQuarters.

Housing Visions

This not-for-profit developer, general contractor, and property manager uses development and community collaboration to improve neighborhoods. Learn about Housing Visions.

Neighborhood Watch Groups of Syracuse (NWGS)

NWGS is a not-for-profit organization working to improve neighborhoods throughout the city. Learn more about NWGS.