Neighborhood associations unify the residents of their area to address common concerns and come up with solutions; to create projects and set goals to bring those projects to fruition. A Neighborhood Association also offers a means of communication between neighbors and a stronger voice between the neighborhood and city officials.
When choosing a neighborhood, people want and seek a place that offers safety, a sense of community, well-being and beautification. Neighborhood Associations strive to make those a reality.
Kewanna, Chippewa, Merryman, Wesley Court, Gilmore, Howell, Mohawk, Brighton, Charlestown Ave, Blanchel Terrace, Utica Pike from Ewing lane to Jackson and Park Place from Ewing lane to Main at. Bridgepoint school and all of Lottie Olgesby park and the east half of Vogt Park are included in TOPP