National Good Neighbor Day

Submitted by Erich Regier on Wed, 09/13/2023 - 09:31

September 28th marks National Good Neighbor Day to celebrate the importance of being a good neighbor and highlights the value of a strong community. Started by the National Good Neighbor Day Movement, it is encouraged to celebrate this holiday by simply getting together with a neighbor or doing a good deed around your neighborhood.

The National Good Neighbor Day slogan reads: “Good neighbors make great neighborhoods.” Being a good neighbor is essential for building a positive and supportive community. Here are some fun ways to improve your community or neighborhood in honor of National Good Neighbor Day!

Introduce yourself:

When you move into a new neighborhood, take the initiative to introduce yourself to your neighbors. A friendly greeting can set the tone for a positive relationship.

                                                   Shaking Hands

Respect Boundaries:

Be mindful of your neighbor’s privacy and property lines. Avoid trespassing or encroaching on their space.


Keep Noise Levels Down:

Be mindful of noise levels, especially during late hours. This may include loud music, parties, yard work, or other loud equipment. If you’re planning a loud event, let your neighbors know in advance and try to limit the disturbance.


Maintain Curb Appeal:

Keep the exterior of your home in tip top shape. This not only sets a great example for your neighbors to follow, but also adds to home value and community worth.



Celebrate and Thank Your Neighbors:

By hosting a block party or creating welcome baskets for new neighbors, small gestures that bring people together can make a big difference!


Take the “Good Neighbor Day” Pledge:

“I pledge to be the “good neighbor.” With the goal of becoming a more connected and caring community, I will be a person who lives with kindness and concern for my neighbors. I’ll take the first step by connecting with neighbors and introduce myself. I will practice the “good neighbor mindset” to make connections, invitations, stay aware, and be available to my neighbors. Good neighbors make great neighborhoods.”

Serling & Abramson is proud to be a “good neighbor” to all of our Michigan partners and “neighbors”. From clients to other local law firms, to unions and factories where our clients worked, Serling & Abramson strives to create strong and meaningful relationships with the people we work with. For over 50 years, we have been dedicated to helping our neighbors get the help they need.

For more information on the Good Neighbor Movement and for additional resources, merchandise, or to sign up to be a certified “good neighbor”, you can visit


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