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Any city has a variety of people living next to each other. But it takes effort to create a true community. Through neighborhood groups, community relations programs, thoughtful planning, and other initiatives, the City of Longmont is committed to building a real community, not just a collection of streets and buildings. So get out and meet the people who live next door if you haven't already. Take a walk through your neighborhood or on one of Longmont's seven greenways. Enjoy the historic buildings and public art installations along the way. Explore one of our numerous city parks throughout with bike trails to connect many of them. Hit the links on our municipal golf courses. Get to know one of Longmont's 60 neighborhood groups and the resources they have to offer. Discover all the services, activities, and resources available for people of all ages, whether you are young or young at heart. No matter who you are or what your interests, You Belong in Longmont!
Want Even More Information?
- Trying to find your way around? Check out maps for the City of Longmont, including the Longmont street map, the Longmont Comprehensive Plan Map, big projects map, and many other maps that show our parks, trails, greenways, and open spaces, including bicycle maps. Don't forget Interactive Maps!
- Want to find the neighborhood group in your area? Have a block party?
- Involved in a conflict with a landlord, tenant, or neighbor? Our Community & Neighborhood Resources provides effective alternatives to fighting, suing, or giving up.
- Need to report an issue in your neighborhood? Street light out? Graffiti problems?
- Want to know the name of the officer in charge of patrolling your neighborhood? See the Police Department's beatmap.
- Wondering what Longmont is doing to make the city a more inclusive community? View the Longmont Multicultural Plan.
Looking to become more involved in your community?
- View the Community Involvement Resource Manual and learn how the city is involving citizens with different city projects;
- Get to know your City Council and share your ideas and suggestions; or
- Volunteer for one of the many City Boards, Committees and Commissions.