Links to Roanoke's Neighborhood Organizations and Watch Groups
To determine if the address where you reside or do business from is within an existing neighborhood organization or crime watch group boundary:
Visit the city's GIS site, enter your street number and name in the 'Search' tab (using the city municipal building as an example, the street number would be 215 and the street name would be Church) and press 'Search' to view your property.
Under the 'Layers' tab, open 'Planning Layers' and place a check in the 'Neighborhood Organization' box.
If your property falls within the boundaries of an existing neighborhood organization or crime watch group, the area will become shaded in a different color with the name of the organization noted.
Once you have determined the name of the neighborhood organization or crime watch group you are looking for, make sure it's active. The city keeps track of active neighborhood groups by listing them on this website. Neighborhood groups are sorted based on their location in the city. Check the drop-down menus on this page to find the group you want and click on it for their contact and meeting information.