The Beaumont-Wilshire Neighborhood Association (BWNA) works to pro-actively enhance the livability of the neighborhood by establishing and maintaining open lines of communication between neighbors, government agencies and officials, educational institutions, area business associations, and other neighborhood groups.
Resident membership is open to all residents within the boundaries of BWNA. There are no dues or initiation fees. General meetings are held on the second Monday in each of the following months: February, April, June, October, and December. Board meetings are held on the second Monday in each of the following months: January, March, May, July, September, and November.
How to get involved
or, What makes an effective neighborhood association member?
Here are just a few ideas:
Listen and talk to your neighbors.
Follow the bylaws in good faith.
Pitch in and help with as many projects as you can.
Be assertive about your opinions. Use your most effective communication skills.
Be respectful of your neighbors and the many people who will address your group.
Be thoughtful about your decisions. Make them based on the merits of the arguments, not on personalities or inappropriate pressure.
Welcome others into the group. Mentor new members and help make them comfortable.
Develop your skills through trainings offered by the district coalition/neighborhood offices and ONI.
Celebrate your successes and accomplishments.