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Being A Good Neighbor Is As Easy As 1-2-3
Customize your safety needs to your unique neighborhood! 

1. Get to know your neighbors
  • Sign up for where you can view DPD's Virtual Neighborhood
  • Be aware of what's happening in your neighborhood and who is out of town.
  • Bring in the newspaper and/or trashcan when your neighbor is out of town.
  • Help your neighbor with deliveries.
  • Help your neighbor shovel their sidewalk. 
  • Call your neighbor if you see their garage door or car door open. 
  • Watch for the safety of neighborhood children, the elderly, and those in need. 
  • Report suspicious activity to 9-1-1. 

2. Spread the word
3. Become a Block Liaison
  • Collect and distribute contact information for the neighbors on your block. 
  • Coordinate a Neighborhood Watch meeting with the Denver Police Department.
  • Plan a block party!
  • Distribute emergency preparedness information. 
  • Work on a common concern or neighborhood project. 
  • Collaborate with the Council Office, neighborhood organizations, and the Denver Police Department. 
  • Provide a way to get information out to individuals in a quick, concise manner. 
  • Register your neighborhood officially and recevie updates from the city. 

Good Neighbor Resources

Looking for a handout you received at a Neighborhood Watch or Good Neighbor meeting? Use the links below to access information that will help you be a Good Neighbor, keep your community safe, and engage with the Denver Police Department and the District 4 City Council office. 

Neighborhood Watch & Crime Prevention Booklet (DPD) 
DPD District 3 Map (DPD)
Officer Borquez's Safety Tips (download)
How to Start a Neighborhood Watch Program (download)
Neighborhood Tool Kits
Pups on Patrol Outline

For more information on the Good Neighbor program, contact 720-337-4444.

Pictured right, the Bible Park East Neighborhood Watch's introductory meeting.