How do I register my neighborhood with the NNI?

Fill out a registration form and turn it in to the Planning Department along with a map of the neighborhood boundaries and a copy of your neighborhood's organizational documents (articles of incorporation, by-laws, covenants, etc.). If your neighborhood does not have an established organizational structure, a petition signed by at least 20% of property owners or residents endorsing the group formation and the designated contact person substitutes for the organizational documentation. The GIS staff in the Planning Department can help create the boundary map. The NNI coordinator will forward this information to the ACC Commissioner representing the district the neighborhood falls within. With their endorsement, the Mayor and Commission will vote on the official registration and mapped boundaries of your neighborhood organization. Once the neighborhood is mapped, anyone may sign up to receive notices for projects within and adjacent to the neighborhood's boundaries.

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1. Who can sign up for NNI (Neighborhood Notification Initiative) notifications?
2. What kinds of projects are sent through the NNI?
3. What information is included in NNI notifications?
4. When do I receive NNI notifications?
5. What is the difference between NNI neighborhoods and overlay areas?
6. What is early NNI notification?
7. Will my email address be accessible to all members of the NNI?
8. How do I register my neighborhood with the NNI?
9. Who defines the boundaries of a neighborhood for the NNI?
10. When is a petition required to register a neighborhood with the NNI?