Learn more about the CBNA and how you can help.
The Buckeye neighborhood association is a group of homeowners, renters, apartment dwellers, and representatives from neighborhood businesses, churches, and schools who organize to participate in the neighborhood. 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 good communication in their
Definition: A neighborhood association is a group of neighbors and business owners who work together for changes and improvements such as neighborhood safety, beautification, and social activities. They reinforce rules and regulations through education, peer pressure and by looking out for each other.
The Association’s goal is to determine the needs of your neighborhood and focus on those needs until we have demonstrated success.
This can only be done with neighbors being involved.
Non-Profit Corporate status was obtained.
Achieve IRS non-profit status
Have two projects completed and Award Ceremony
Board of Directors meeting to develope By Laws for the CBNA. Groups first event