Quality of life survey closes January 31, 2017!

Almost 100 SoNo residents have taken the survey.  Don’t miss out on this opportunity to share your thoughts.

Help determine the community issues that are of importance to you.  If you live, work, or own a business in the South Park and North Park neighborhoods take the survey, and share it with other residents in your home or neighborhood.  Anyone who lives or works in the SoNo area is encouraged to have their voices heard.

Click here to begin the survey!

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SoNo Neighborhood Alliance is a non-profit organization that informs and engages residents of North Park and South Park about neighborhood quality-of-life issues that include:


land use and development, traffic, green space, parking, and code compliance.



As individual residents, we lack the financial resources and political clout to have a real voice in determining the future of our neighborhoods. But together, we can occupy a seat at the table with property and business owners, developers, planners, and government officials at the earliest stage of projects to present novel ideas, build consensus, and achieve compromise.

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Our Goals

Open a new dialogue that explores a range of solutions to urban challenges. We will regularly update members about pending neighborhood projects, and we will organize public forums to exchange news and views.
Strive to ensure that laws are obeyed and enforced. We will call on elected officials and municipal agencies to be transparent in all their dealings and accountable to all their constituents.
Seek to foster membership diversity through outreach to underrepresented groups.
Help K-12 students prepare for their roles as future neighborhood leaders.