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Neighborhood Liaisons Neighborhood liaisons act as your direct link to city services. They are located in Neighborhood Pride Centers in each region of Columbus.  Your Pride Center is a one-stop-shop for city services and is dedicated to protecting the health, safety and welfare of the families living in the area. Pride Centers are open to the public and residents are encouraged to come to the office to ask questions, receive help and talk with city representatives. 

Liaisons work with residents, city officials, and organizations to help your neighborhood thrive. From reporting a neighborhood issue, to starting an Area Commission, Neighborhood Liaisons are ready and committed to accepting your questions, calls, and emails to best serve your neighborhood. If you are unsure where to start, your Neighborhood Liaison will make sure you are directed to the appropriate city service.

Upcoming AC Meetings

Public Notice of Virtual Area Commission Meetings Under the temporary emergency public meetings law, Area Commissions can hold meetings virtually. As a method to ensure the public notice requirement is met, information can be posted on the Department of Neighborhoods website.  To submit information for an upcoming Area Commission or Area Commission zoning committee meeting please fill out this form at least 72 hours in advance so that all details can be posted correctly on the Department website. - learn more

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Meet Your Liaison Our team of Neighborhood Liaisons are located across the City to ensure you have access to services and resources. Learn who your Liaison is and where they are located! - learn more

Area Commissions

Area Commission Map Columbus City Council established area Commissions in the early 1970's. The purpose of an area commission is to act as a liaison between neighborhood groups, property owners, residents, developers and city officials. - learn more


Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions - learn more