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It’s on! The 2013 MNA Membership Drive is underway!

The MNA works every day to improve our neighborhood, but we need your help!  The MNA has no paid staff.  The officers, Board of Directors, committees, and volunteers depend on your financial support through your MNA membership to be effective.   Read More →

Traffic has slowed to a crawl, noses and cheeks have a little more red to them than usual.  It’s official: we’re living in a winter wonderland. We’ll have pictures coming to the front page soon, but if you’ve got some that you’d like added, send them over!

Email communications@maplewood.org with your (under 4MB) images, and we’ll do our best to get them up to show off.  If there’s a caption or attribution you’d like included, please put it in the body of your email.

Stay warm and drive / walk safe!

The Flower City Work Camp, a group of area churches in its 28th year, is now accepting referrals.  During the Spring recess of 2013 they will reach out, with over 500 youth and over 200 adult supervisors, to designated City locations and work for three days doing home repairs at no cost to the home owner.   Read More →

It’s ready:  this is the new look of our Maplewood Neighborhood Association’s website.  It’s the same name and the same address, but entirely new components.  After months of work, the new site was launched on November 1st.     Read More →

Your energy and input through your participation is key in making a positive impact in our neighborhood. The Maplewood Neighborhood Association (MNA) is a volunteer based community organization founded to protect and enhance the Maplewood neighborhood.  Download the MNA Membership Application

We need your help!  We’re looking for your seasonal outdoor photos of life in Maplewood to be displayed on this front page!   Read More →

Rooted in the belief that permanent, supportive 
and affordable housing renews hope, rejuvenates people and revitalizes neighborhoods: Eastman Commons

Sometimes it’s hard to know if a home is safe or not. This is a checklist provided by the National Crime Prevention Council that will help you to determine if you are living in a secure environment. Download our security checklist

The fantastic folks at the Dewey and Ridgeway Firehouse have a website with photos from the neighborhood.  Support them at deweyandridgeway.com!

Take care when on the road, Maplewood residents! Two new red-light cameras will be activated on April 4th at the corners of Mt. Read and Driving Park, and Mt. Read and Emerson.