NDNA was established to advocate for the interests of North Deering residents in City, State, and school affairs, including but not limited to recreational issues, sidewalks, open space, school policy and funding, taxes, and traffic.
The North Deering Neighborhood Association exists to improve our community through education, safety and neighborhood beautification, collaboration of work, ideas and events. Through these efforts, we will foster community spirit.
The Association serves as a liaison to City Hall, monitors city services, and provides information and updates to our members. When advocating for our neighborhood and City, numbers do make a difference! We are always looking for new members to our association.
The Association has been formed for performing all things incidental to, or appropriate in, the achievement of its purposes. However, the Association shall not, except to an insubstantial degree, engage in any activity or the exercise of any powers which are not in furtherance of its primary non-profit purposes.
If you are interested in becoming a member of NDNA, please go to our website’s Membership page and print off a form. If you would like more information about the association or have a question, please contact us at NorthDeering@gmail.com or come join us at a meeting. Thank you!
2nd Wednesday of every month (rotating from board meeting one month to a speaker meeting the next month.)
North Deering Congregational Church
1364 Washington Avenue (behind Dunkin Donuts)
All are welcome. Please check our Facebook page for any cancellations or updated meeting info.
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