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MNA is a non-profit 501-(c)3 corporation with defined membership. We are governed by our bylaws as adopted by the MNA Board of Directors in partnership with our membership.
Last update: June 2020
Established in 1969, our founders had a vision of building a better community and that desire is still evident today. Today Midtown is one of the most vibrant and dynamic neighborhoods in the southeast. In 2016 the American Planning Association honored Midtown by recognizing us as one of top five 2016 Great Neighborhoods in the United States.
The Midtown Neighbor’s Association’s mission is to protect our vibrant and diverse residential neighborhood and foster our continued growth as a strong community. We believe that “We Are Midtown” and our voices matter as cultural and financial stakeholders in this neighborhood.
We develop a sense of place and community through creating programming that improves Midtown resident quality of life – safety education, social events, community meet and greets with officials, and beautification projects. Through our civic roles, we give our neighbors a voice in development and revitalization decisions. We act as the neighborhood’s link to government agencies, our elected officials and other adjacent civic associations.
We seek to be inclusive, proactive and diligent in our commitment to serve the best interests of Midtown residents fairly and transparently. We want all Midtown residents to feel welcome and heard in meetings that exhibit respectful discourse and fair decision making strategies.
We are a private, non-profit 501-(c)3 and we are governed by our bylaws as written and adopted by fellow residents and MNA members. As part of our official civic responsibility to represent the residents of Midtown, MNA provides official recommendations on Land Use, Liquor License and Special Event Permit applications as a partner within the Community Partners Review Process and Board Member Organization of NPU-E.
We also provide representation on the following Boards and Committees:
MNA is managed and run completely by volunteers – members of our community dedicated to our mission. Our volunteers serve on our Board of Directors and on our many committees. All MNA meetings are open to the public and residents are encouraged to attend and get engaged.
Let’s work together to continue the momentum of our city and thriving Midtown neighborhood.