The City has created the Neighborhood Services Department to unify Animal Care Services, Code Enforcement, Grant Monitoring, Homeless Services & Workforce Housing “under one roof” to provide better accessibility to services and more efficiently resolve issues while focusing on safety, revitalization, and stability of our neighborhoods.
Enhance our citizens’ quality of life by consolidating neighborhood services under one department to promote and support neighborhood sustainability, growth, and safety.
Connecting residents to services, promoting long-term property maintenance, fostering revitalization, and supporting in-fill housing efforts will bring lasting improvement to appearance, value, safety, and stability in our neighborhoods that strengthens our community, city-wide.
To better serve the community, the Department focuses services at the neighborhood level to identify and correct specific issues and problems. The Neighborhood Services Department is responsible to resolve code compliance and animal care matters that affect individuals and their homes, neighborhoods, and the larger community. The Neighborhood Services Department provides information, connections to assistance, administers funding, and monitors programs that directly contribute to the wellness and stability of neighborhoods throughout the City of Corpus Christi.
City of Corpus Christi Animal Care Services is seeking dedicated and long term volunteers. We have revamped the volunteer program and are looking for volunteers to assist us with daily activities.
The City of Corpus Christi, through the Grant Monitoring Department is currently accepting applications for the Emergency Plumbing Repairs Grant Program. The program will address plumbing deficiencies and related repairs to winter storm Uri.
Homeless Issues Partnership (HIP) is a non-profit organization and is Corpus Christi's Homeless Coalition which meets on a monthly basis to discuss homeless issues in the area, services offered by agencies, barriers which are faced, and works towards solutions which can be achieved.
Residents needing assistance to bring their property into compliance with property maintenance standards may apply to use the Litter Critter to dispose of debris / solid waste on their property.
The Neighborhood Registry is a database of self-registered neighborhood associations and other community organizations, maintained by the City of Corpus Christi Neighborhood Services Department.
View online services, make payments, complete registrations, and file reports. Our Online Self-Service Center connects you with the City of Corpus Christi's Customer Call Center for the fastest response times.
The City of Corpus Christi has received federal funds from the CARES Act to prevent, prepare for, and respond to Coronavirus.