Mesquite, TX – September 28, 2019 – National Good Neighbor Day, Sept. 28, creates an opportunity for neighbors to get to know each other better. This day acknowledges and celebrates the importance of a good neighbor, and the City of Mesquite has profiled a few neighbors in our community at www.cityofmesquite.com/GoodNeighborDay.
The neighbors featured are Office of Neighborhood Vitality neighborhood leaders Adam Perez of Meadowview Farms, Millie Arnold of Town East II and Sherry Williams of Rutherford. Also, the feature includes Christina and Stewart Hypolite, the first family to choose Mesquite and move into the Ridge Ranch subdivision.
Director of Neighborhood Services, Maria Martinez, said, “We hope to produce these National Good Neighborhood features on a regular basis as our neighborhood vitality program continues to grow. It is a blessing to have good neighbors in Mesquite. Good neighbors often become friends. They watch out for each other and lend a helping hand when needed. Simply put, being a good neighbor makes stronger communities.”
The mission of the Neighborhood Vitality Division is to create a level of engagement and participation to connect Mesquite residents to the appropriate resources to maintain safe and sustainable neighborhoods.
Mesquite’s Neighborhood Vitality program creates active neighborhood groups, encourages positive engagement in Mesquite neighborhoods, and trains neighborhood leaders to assist in planning programs and events that help maintain strong neighborhoods.
For those interested in being a neighborhood leader or registering their neighborhood group, call the Neighborhood Vitality Division at 972-216-6473.