An area of a municipality which is identifiable by a common use, a common atmosphere or a common business area.
A residential or commercial area with similar types of properties, buildings of similar value or age, predominant land-use activities, and natural or fabricated geographic boundaries, such as highways or rivers.
Contiguous areas showing common characteristics of population and homogeneity of land use.
A section of a city or unincorporated area that usually has distinguishing characteristics and natural or man-made boundaries.
A neighborhood organized under the City's Neighborhood Association Program. The program provides every Salem resident or business within a geographic area with a voice in City government. Salem has 18 such neighborhood associations. The CIP lists the neighborhood in which each project is located except in the case of a project that serves the entire community, such as a regional park.
A group of residential dwellings which are classified and joined together by a series of borders. These borders are delineated as the neighborhood boundaries. In urban areas, the borders are typically determined by thoroughfares and natural boundaries. The homes within a neighborhood can have homogenous detail or can have a wide array of construction and amenity differentials. Also see Stages of Transformation of a Neighborhood
A group of parcels having similar characteristics and economic factors and are usually contiguous and homogeneous.
a creative, cutting-edge center of the city
an area in which a feeling of belongingness and common interest exists among people
a place in a city
a residential area that is changing for the worse
term in general use in China for the urban administrative unit usually found immediately below the district level, although an intermediate, subdistrict level exists in some cities. Also called streets (administrative terminology varies from city to city). Neighborhoods encompass 2,000 to 10,000 families. Within neighborhoods, families are grouped into smaller residential units of 100 to 600 families and supervised by a residents' committee; these are subdivided into residents' small groups of fifteen to forty families.
The geographic area represented by a Caring Communities site council.
The environment of a subject property having a direct and immediate effect on value. A geographic area (in which there are typically fewer than several thousand properties) defined for some useful purpose, such as to ensure for later multiple regression modeling the properties are homogeneous and share important locational characteristics.
City of Seattle is comprised of communities/areas that are defined by boundaries. These boundaries are based upon a community's history and development pattern.
A primarily contiguous area, usually in urban or developed settings, whose occupants have established a community of interactive relationships. For more information, see the "Analyzing Appraisal Reports article in the "Loan Process" section.
a defined area of the community which, in addition to residential areas, may include facilities such as schools, churches, parks, retail stores, restaurants and service establishments that serve residential areas and exhibit a distinctive set of recognizable characteristics particular to that area.
A subsection of a municipality that has been designated by a developer, economic forces or physical formations.
A geographic location designated in comprehensive plans, ordinances or other local documents as a neighborhood, village or similar geographical designation that is within the boundary but does not encompass the entire area of a unit of general local government. If the general local government has a population under 25,000, the neighborhood may encompass the entire local government area.
In community planning, a residential area in which residents are within walking distance of each other.
An area in the city with houses of similar age, size, style and condition.