Here you will find information about the neighborhoods of the City of Geneva. New to the City? Find out what neighborhood you live in by clicking the “Neighborhoods” tab at the top of the page. Next, find your neighborhood on the drop-down menu for information on neighborhood association meetings as well as other activities. Read about news/events pertaining to your neighborhood by clicking your neighborhood name under “News by Neighborhood” on the sidebar.
The City of Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center (GNRC) is the public face of the Office of Neighborhood Initiatives. GNRC staff work with individuals and with groups of neighbors to improve their blocks, streets, and neighborhoods.
The GNRC also serves as a marketplace for thought, education, and discussion about the history and the future of Geneva’s built environment. It is both a living laboratory and a studio. We host and sponsor events that contribute to the ongoing conversation about Geneva’s identity and future.
To build confidence and pride in Geneva’s neighborhood through collaboration, education, and thoughtful design.
The Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center (GNRC) is located at 105 Seneca Street, Geneva, New York 14456
Call the GNRC at 315-828-6585, email firstname.lastname@example.org or simply stop by the office for more information.
Sage Gerling, Director of Neighborhood Initiatives, email@example.com
Collette Barnard, Community Development Specialist, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marty Davis, Neighborhood Coordinator, email@example.com