If you want to improve your neighborhood and support community building work, your neighborhood association is the place to start.
Neighborhood associations (also known as civic associations) can help you stay informed on local issues such as public safety, zoning, education, and beautification efforts. They provide ample opportunities to organize with your neighbors on these issues and more.
On June 7th, civics from across the city will be sharing with you their strategies and successes in transforming neighborhoods.
Confirmed organizations include:
- Spruce Hill Community Association (West Philly)
- Cedar Park Neighbors Association (West Philly)
- Walnut Hill Community Association (West Philly)
- Olde Richmond Civic Association (Northeast Philly)
- Northern Liberties Neighbors Association (Lower North Philly)
- Fishtown Neighborhood Association (Northeast Philly)
- Central Roxborough Civic Association (Northwest Philly)
- East Falls Community Council (Northwest Philly)
- Center City Residents' Association (Center City West)
- South of South Neighbors Association (Southwest Center City)
- East Point Breeze Neighbors (South Philly)
- East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association (South Philly)
- Passyunk Square Civic Association (South Philly)
- Queen Village Neighbors Association (South Philly)
Join us at "Neighborhood Success Stories" to learn more about what neighborhood associations do, hear their success stories, and connect with the ones in your area.