DEFINITION FROM THE CITY OF GREEN BAY'S WEBSITE
Build community, make a difference, improve where you live, connect with City government, and know your neighbors through
a Neighborhood Association.
What is a Neighborhood Association?
A neighborhood association is, quite simply, neighbors living within a designated area of the City who are concerned about
issues affecting their neighborhood and, who have decided to work together to protect and ensure a better social, economic,
and business climate in their neighborhood.
Neighborhood associations act as a “voice” for the neighborhood residents, a somewhat official link to local
government and the larger community. Many neighborhoods find that by banding together and forming a neighborhood association,
they are better able to meet the collective needs of the neighborhood.
Neighborhood associations take on may different “looks” and engage in different types of activities, based
upon their individual neighborhood’s needs and interests. Following are samples of projects which might be undertaken
by an association.
· Produce a neighborhood newsletter
· Organize block parties and picnics
· Clean up a neighborhood park
· Conduct traffic studies
· Educate residents about zoning issues and new developments that might impact the area
· Organize recreation activities
· Represent neighborhood interest to government and the news media
· Form a committee to address problem properties in the neighborhood
Want to start a Neighborhood Association? contact the City of Green Bay Neighborhood Division Cheryl Renier-Wigg by email or call 448-3412
Here are the Associations that have all or part of their boundaries in our district:
**CLICK HERE for a MAP of the city's Neighborhood Associations**
|SIGN LOCATED AT COMMUNITY POLICE OFFICE ON SHAWANO
The Fisk Addition Neighborhood Association wishes to preserve the easy friendliness of its early years with the open doors
of responsible citizenship, comfortable and diverse relationships, evenhanded watchfulness, prideful stewardship, and charitable
The neighborhood immediately surround Fisk Park on Green Bay's west side. Shawano Ave to the south, Dousman
to the north, Norwood to the east and Oneida to the west.
CLICK HERE FOR FISK ASSOCIATION WEBSITE
|LOMBARDI NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
|SIGN LOCATED IN BEAUMONT PARK
The Lombardi Neighborhood Association will hold at the highest standard the preservation of our neighborhood. At all times
we will address issues concerning safety, crime prevention, traffic and parking control. We will also work to pre-serve the
traditions of Green bay and work on beautification projects as well as up holding a high level of service through neighborhood
The Lombardi Neighborhood Association is bordered on the north by Biemeret Street, on the east by Fourteenth Street, south
by Lombardi Avenue, and west by Ridge Road. Also included are our business neighbors the Green Bay Packers, and Lambeau Field, The Hilton
Hotel, and Brett Favre’s Steakhouse.
|Perkins Park Sign
|Sign located on Dousman near Chappell School
The Perkins Park Area Neighborhood Associations's mission is to join together as neighbors to enhance and protect the quality
of life, social well being, and aesthetic values in our neighborhood. We will strive to foster and partner with government,
agencies, and local businesses to preserve the economic well being of the area. We will accomplish this by communicating important
issues to residents and local government.
South side of Velp Avenue, east side of Military Avenue, north side of Shawano Avenue, and both sides of Platten Street.
Mason to the North, Lombardi to the south, Ridge to the east and Military to the west.
Mason to the north, Biemeret to the south, 14th to the west and Oneida to the west.
Oneida to the east, Division to the north, Platten to the west and Shawano to the south.
Velp to the north, Division to the south, Gray to the east and Platten to the west.
It is the mission of the Olde Norwood Neighborhood Association to preserve our area by becoming a cornerstone of the City
of Green Bay. The Olde Norwood Neighborhood Association will be a voice through active participation and membership for the
continuance of our family centered neighborhood, focusing on housing, beautification, tree preservation, and the safety of
Ashland to the east, Lombardi to the south and 6th St/Railroad Yard to the North with the western border
up against Lombardi and Marquette Associations--roughly 14th St. (see map online)
CLICK HERE TO VISIT OLDE NORWOOD'S WEBPAGE.