The Neighborhood Network/Pasadena Industrial Community Network offices have moved from the Municipal Services building effective immediately.They are now in Pasadena City Hall and are located at the first door to the right as you enter the lobby of City Hall. Parking is conveniently provided at the front of City Hall, just off Southmore.
The City of Pasadena, Texas Neighborhood Network and Industrial Network Division mission is to improve the health, safety and welfare of Pasadena neighborhoods by offering economic incentives, organizational assistance and resources.
The division began in February of 1998 with only 12 identifiable neighborhood/homeowner associations organized within the city of Pasadena. Since 1998, the Network Division has worked to assist and organize over 117 neighborhood and/or homeowner associations.
Linked here is a list of the neighborhood/homeowner associations within the Pasadena city limits that we have helped to improve their respective neighborhood's quality of life. If a neighborhood has homeowners who pay property taxes to the City of Pasadena, our office stands ready to assist them.
Families with children who live within Pasadena's city limits may attend one of the following school districts:
- Pasadena Independent School District;
- Clear Creek Independent School District, and;
- Deer Park Independent School District.
We also have residents who live within the city of Pasadena and pay Pasadena property taxes yet have a Houston or Seabrook, Texas, address. Our neighborhoods' boundaries go from Highway 225 to the Galveston Bay making each neighborhood unique!
The Neighborhood Network Division office is located in the City of Pasadena Municipal Services Building (old Police Dept. building), 1114 Davis, second floor. Please contact Neighborhood Network Division Manager - Karen Hollon to schedule an appointment at 713.475.7221 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Network Division offers the following resources to help our residents improve their individual neighborhood and our community as a whole:
Matching Grant Program
Does your neighborhood organization want to improve its residents quality of life? All projects that improve the health, safety and welfare of the neighborhood may be available for Matching Grant program assistance from the City of Pasadena. Here are some project ideas that may benefit your community, but you are not limited to just these:
- Landscape your neighborhood;
- Hold a festival;
- Install playground equipment;
- Publish a newsletter.
To get an idea of the steps involved in the Matching Grant process, view or download this flow chart as an introduction.
Because an informed citizen is a pro-active neighborhood member, the Neighborhood Network offers workshops for residents and neighborhood network participants. These are a great way to meet your neighbors and learn what other groups are doing to improve their neighborhoods.
Individual Neighborhood Association Web sites
If your neighborhood association has developed its own web site where information about your group is posted and shared, please contact us so that we may list you here for others to access.
Village Grove East
Village Grove Community Association
Burkeshire Homeowner's Association
Fairmont Estates Neighborhood Association
For more information on the Neighborhood Network Division or how to create a neighborhood organization, call Karen Hollon , Division Manager, at 713-475-7221 or email her at email@example.com. If you plan on coming by, our offices are at the Pasadena Municipal Services Building (old Police Dept. building), 1114 Davis, second floor.