Neighborhood Associations

Neighborhood associations build stronger neighbor relationships, advocate for positive change in the area and establish an organized voice in city government. A city neighborhood association is a volunteer-based group of homeowners, renters, apartment dwellers, and representatives from businesses, churches, and schools in a defined neighborhood boundary who organize to improve conditions in the neighborhood. Neighborhood Associations consist of your neighbors, family, friends, and community.  When you start a neighborhood association, the people in your neighborhood get a chance to decide what needs to be done and work together to make it happen.  A group that represents the community will have the stability, credibility, and political clout to be an effective force for a better neighborhood.

Believe in Beverly Neighborhood Association

Kristi Kendrick -President


New Town Neighborhood Association 

Melva Flowers -President



Shelia Price Williams - Vice President



Charlene Cornelius- Secretary



Shelia Howard - Treasurer



Steve Matlock- Other Duties as needed


Rose Hill Neighborhood Improvement Association 

Rhonda Dolberry -President


Mae Hamilton -Vice President

Joyce Johnson -Treasurer  

Vacant -Secretary

Map - Boundaries