Who defines the boundaries of a neighborhood for the NNI?
Neighborhood boundaries are often organic and can change over time depending upon the age of the neighborhood, changes in surrounding development, and perceptions of its residents; therefore, it is entirely up to neighborhood organizations to establish their own boundaries as they see fit. Sometimes these delineations correspond directly to original subdivision plats, but just as often they may not. Talk to your neighbors about how boundaries are perceived.
Because boundaries are self-defined for participation in the Neighborhood Notification Initiative, there are no exclusionary rules. Boundaries of different neighborhoods may overlap, or smaller neighborhoods may form entirely within the boundaries of a larger group.

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1. Who can sign up for NNI (Neighborhood Notification Initiative) notifications?
2. What kinds of projects are sent through the NNI?
3. What information is included in NNI notifications?
4. When do I receive NNI notifications?
5. What is the difference between NNI neighborhoods and overlay areas?
6. What is early NNI notification?
7. Will my email address be accessible to all members of the NNI?
8. How do I register my neighborhood with the NNI?
9. Who defines the boundaries of a neighborhood for the NNI?
10. When is a petition required to register a neighborhood with the NNI?