Organizing Resources and Links

Many of our resources are PDF files. You will need Adobe Reader to open these files. You can download it at no cost here.


Community Building (PDF)
An entertaining article by Jack McGrath on community involvement.
Recruiting Members… and Keeping Them Once They Are In! (PDF)
How do you keep neighbors involved? Here are some ideas…
Newsletter Distribution Tips (PDF)
Information Sheet on different ways to get the association’s newsletter to the neighbors.
Motivations for Volunteering (PDF)
Information Sheet on understanding why people volunteer.
Ideas for Recognizing Volunteers (PDF)
Information Sheet on ways associations can show their appreciation for volunteers.
Oklahoma City Neighborhood Sign Ordinance (PDF)
A text of the Oklahoma City Sign Ordinance, dealing with sign placement.
Tips On Installing Neighborhood Signs (PDF)
Tips On Starting A Homeowners’ Association (PDF)
Developer Turnover Checklist
A checklist to be used for the handover of a Homeowner’s Association from the developer to the homeowners.


The links below are to web sites of other organizations, both private and government. (Neighborhood Alliance has no control over the content of these web sites.)

Community Associations Institute
CAI is a nonprofit association created to educate and represent America’s homeowner associations, condominium associations, cooperatives, related professionals and service providers.
Community Associations Institute Bookstore
The CAI Bookstore publishes a comprehensive collection of resources on community, homeowner, and condominium associations issues such as finance, law, meetings, insurance, management, rules, and more.
National Association of Parliamentarians
Founded in 1930, the National Association of Parliamentarians is the largest non-profit association of parliamentarians in the world.<
Neighborhoods, USA
NUSA provides opportunities for diverse people and organizations to share their ideas, values and experiences to build stronger communities.
Neighborhood Link
Neighborhoodlink provides neighborhoods across the US with their own free interactive Web site. Condominium & Homeowner Association describes itself as the “World’s Best Information resource for condominium and homeowner associations.”
Sooner Unit of the National Association of Parliamentarians
Our local Oklahoma resource for parliamentary procedure.
Sustainable Communities Network
Communities with the greatest and most diverse citizen participation are often resilient and strong. Engaging citizens to address common issues is essential for educated decision-making.
Start Here! Register Your Neighborhood.