Midwest City currently has 32 active neighborhood associations. The issues that brought these neighborhoods into establishing associations may vary from one neighborhood to another. Some may unite to address concerns related to rising crime, traffic or speeding in their neighborhood. Others may organize to show their dissatisfaction with the aging infrastructure in their neighborhood resulting in decreasing property values. Though all are unique in some way, neighborhood associations share a common desire to protect the integrity of their neighborhood through the establishment of security and a sense of community.
To start a Neighborhood Association, please call 405-739-1005. For more information about an established neighborhood association, view the individual neighborhood PDFs:
|Atkinson Park II
|Avalon Lakes/Mill Creek
||Timber Ridge Pointe
Learn about the different specifics of the Neighborhood Service Associations.
Take a look at the Neighborhood Association map to see if there is an existing Association in your area.
The Neighborhood Initiative Division was established to serve as a catalyst in Midwest City between the neighborhoods and City Hall.
Take a look at the officers that work within the Community Action Unit.
The Citizen's on Patrol Program or C.O.P.P.'s is designed to assist the neighborhoods with community involved patrols. Citizens within a neighborhood association are trained, by the police department, to patrol their neighborhoods in a safe and observatory manner.
Take a look at a map of the crime in Midwest City.
Find out about when National Night Out will be observed within Midwest City.