Be a Good Neighbor
The core of a good neighborhood is the relationships established among its neighbors whether they live on or off campus. The first step in building a relationship is respecting those next door, down the street and around the corner. While you may not be able to change the neighborhood in which you live, you can change the experience you have in your own neighborhood by getting more involved with those around you and taking pride in the area in which you live.
We are committed to reducing quality of life concerns such as loud noise, fighting behaviors, harassment, underage drinking and drug abuse which may negatively impact life on and off campus. Join us in embracing our positive impact on life in the residence halls, Reinhard Villages and in the Clarion community.
Quality of Life Concerns
Quality of life concerns impact our community both on and off campus when Clarion students are involved in:
high-risk drinking and large parties where alcohol is provided to guests;
vandalism and theft of property;
noise in the halls or in the community,
on or off campus;
driving while impaired or taking other risks while behind the wheel such as texting and driving, speeding and not yielding to pedestrians;
fighting and harassing behaviors rather than working though differences; and
failing to properly dispose of trash. Piling up debris and accumulating junk not only looks bad but may attract animals.
Steps Toward Being a Good Neighbor
While people have their own ideas of a good neighbor and a good neighborhood, here are a few steps to help you be a better neighbor.
Recognize that you are part of a neighborhood, whether on or off campus.
Spend time getting to know your neighbors.
You expect to be treated with respect; please be sure that you do the same.
Identify boundaries such as noise levels, trash removal, parking and property lines.
Exchange contact information and schedule to make you better aware of your surroundings.
Take pride in where you live. Clarion has so much to offer!
The Clarion Good Neighbor Program is sponsored, in part, by Clarion University, Clarion Borough, and the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board.
Scott Sharrar, Zoning Officer
+1 814 226 7707, ext. 104
William Peck, Chief of Police
Brett Whitling, Mayor
+1 814 226 7707
Director of the Center for Wellness
+1 814 393 1949
Director of Judicial Affairs
+1 814 393 1982
+1 814 393 2111
+1 814 393 2000
Student Senate Office
+1 814 393 2318
Clarion Chamber of Business and Industry www.clarionpa.com