Block Captains

The neighborhood block captain program puts a resource as close as possible to where you live. Use the map to find out who your block captain is and how to contact him or her. If your location states that a captain is needed, please consider joining the program by filling out the form below.


  • Bring your neighbors together (young and old, new and longtime resident) to engage in community events

  • Work with your neighbors and KIB block captain to keep your block clean, whether that means a daily pickup, a weekly cleanup, or a monthly effort.

  • Have an idea of who lives on your street and what happens on your street to help promote a culture of neighbors knowing neighbors in an effort to increase safety in your area

  • Keep your neighbors in the loop about what is going on in the neighborhood and the city provide them with the resources shared at the neighborhood meetings

  • Talk to residents about what they would like to see happen in the neighborhood and regularly report out your progress to the committee chair


  • Each block coordinator receives a fountain square swag kit that includes a free t-shirt

  • We host social and community events to help block captains have events that they can encourage their neighbors to attend

  • To encourage friendly competition, FSNA will score each block and its captain on a scale of 1 to 4. 1 is an engaged block who has representation at a majority of events with a block captain. The highest scoring block at the end of the year will win a block party for their block.