Office of Community Affairs

Join Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland, and the City of Memphis, in our First Annual “Manhood University” Fatherhood Conference.  This event is designed to engage men and fathers from all walks of life, by providing an avenue where they can be educated, enlightened, inspired, and celebrated. The day’s activities will be held at the Pipkin Building, (on the grounds of Tiger Lane) on Saturday, July 9th, 2016 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. All sessions and activities for the day are FREE and open to those who register.
Come be a part of powerful information sessions, exhibits, and even a fun-filled Family Fun Festival! This day will be filled with information, food, and games…so register TODAY!!

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The Office of Community Affairs works to engage all members of the Memphis community by serving as city government's liaison to key constituent groups including neighborhood associations, multicultural and immigrant populations, faith-based, civic and human service organizations.


Be a part of what makes Memphis great by registering your organization with the Office of Community Affairs.

Get the latest updates on training sessions, outreach events, and important community meetings.

Register your organization... TODAY!! Stay Connected!

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your community or neighborhood organization.

Thank you for your participation and support of the Office of Community Affairs in its efforts to provide an informational series of training sessions. These sessions are designed to address the concerns of the neighborhoods and communities in the Greater Memphis Area.

The City of Memphis offers interpretation services for limited or non-English speaking residents in the City of Memphis. This service interprets English to more than 150 languages.    If you have an issue or questions about your city services, don't worry -  "We Speak Your Language".  Please feel free to call the 3-1-1 Call Center at (901) 636-6500 or The Memphis Public Library at 2-1-1 or (901) 415-2700.   If you have additional questions regarding these services, call the Office of Community Affairs at (901) 636-6507.

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