Fisher Park Neighborhood Association

Are You A Good Neighbor ?

Are you a good neighbor? Here are some tips to check up on...

A. This is a neighborhood. We must work together to keep it a positive and safe place to be. The quality of life in our neighborhood depends on mutual respect and concern. We must all uphold a community standard.

B. Remember that the speed limit on residential streets is 25 MPH (and 15MPH in alleys.) Please drive carefully, and be mindful of the many small children in our neighborhood.

C. How we feel about our neighborhood has a lot to do with how our neighborhood looks. Overgrown weeds, eroded yards, trash anywhere (including in alleys), and generally uncared for properties promote a negative image for our block. Let us all do our part to make this a block we can be proud of.

D. Many of us have pets. If your pet spends time outside, please be sure to clean up after it, whether your yard or someone else's. Dogs should always be leashed, fenced or supervised. The Humane Society should be called in the event of a loose animal.

E. Although we do not currently have a gang problem in our neighborhood, we need to be alert and act accordingly if we see suspicious activity or graffiti.

F. All of our children deserve the care and concern of all of us. They are our future. We need to take responsibility for all of them, to watch out for all of them, and to take the time to teach them how important our neighborhood is.

G. The only way to keep our neighborhood safe and secure is to keep our eyes open, report suspicious behavior, and know who our neighbors are. We cannot be afraid to get involved. It is the only way to maintain the good neighborhood we have.

H. Noise can be an intrusion. Excessive BARKING from your dogs, MUSIC from any source, including CAR STEREOS, is too loud if it can be heard two houses away, if it can be heard inside another house with windows closed, or if it interrupts another's activities. Please use common sense and be especially aware after 8:00p.m.

I. Car horns are only to be used in emergencies. They are not for announcing your arrival or attracting attention. This is the law. Please refrain from using yours in non-emergencies, and ask your guests and visitors to do the same.

J. It's up to all of us to set a positive example in our neighborhood. Please be sure that language is not vulgar, violent or abusive. Remember that there are many small children in the area and speak accordingly.

Posted by thomassmalley on 05/20/2002
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