Wilson Neighborhood Associations
Neighborhood Associations bring the community together in order to improve the viability and livability of the City of Wilson's neighborhoods.
Come join the conversation at the Fall 2014 Neighborhood Summit! Information and registration forms displayed at the bottom of this page.
What is a Neighborhood Association?
It is a group of residents and business representatives who devote their time and energy to improving and enhancing a well-defined geographic area. The group holds meetings, sponsors events and plans activities that provide an avenue for exchange of ideas, prioritizing projects, providing solutions and implementing plans to improve a neighborhood.
Why start or belong to a Neighborhood Assocation?
- build a sense of community
- address concerns or issues of need
- form a collective, united voice
- provide citizens with an effective link to community and governmental groups
- empower community members to work together to improve the quality of life
Neighborhood Network -
Provided below are the active Neighborhood Associations registered with the City of Wilson. If you need to contact any particular group, the Human Relations Office can help direct you to the leaders or provide additional information.
- Cavalier Terrace N.A. - Meets the 2nd Monday at 6 p.m. in Fire Station #4
- Daniels Street Community Group - Meets the 2nd Monday at 6 p.m. at 410 Warren Street
- Elvie Street N.A. - Meets the 4th Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in the Elvie Resource Center
- Five Points N.A. - Meets the 3rd Monday at 7 p.m. in the Omega Center
- Fox Chase & Creekside Neighborhood Watch - meets quarterly
- Glenwood Hills & Valleydale Estates Community Block Watch Association - meets quarterly
- North West District - holds monthly meetings
- Old Wilson N.A. - Meets the 3rd Saturday at 10 a.m. in the Wilson County Library
- Snowden Drive Improvement Association - Meets on Mondays at 6 p.m. in a neighborhood church
- Walker Trace Community Group - Meets 2nd Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Parkers BBQ
- Washington Carver Heights N.A. - Meets the 2nd Monday (after the 1st Sunday) at 7 p.m. in the South District Police Station
Ready to start a Neighborhood Association?
Contact the City of Wilson, Human Relations Office to request a "How To Kit" that contains all you need to know, helpful hints, contact information and resources.
Looking for Speakers at your next Neighborhood meeting?
The Human Relations Office can assist you in finding City of Wilson department representatives, Wilson County contacts and community leaders to speak at your upcoming meetings. Call the office or set an appointment with the Director to discuss your ideas.
Fall 2014 Neighborhood Summit
All community and neighborhood leaders are encouraged to attend the annual Neighborhood Summit to learn more about the community, share information with other associations and voice opinions on upcoming City of Wilson plans. Approximately 30 leaders attended the Summit each year. Come enjoy breakfast together and learn more about neighborhoods and the City of Wilson.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
9 am - 12 noon
Registraiton is required 1 week prior.
Workshops for starting a new assocation will be held during the Summit. Those interested should attend to learn and receive start-up information.
Registration is FREE!
All active neighborhood associations are encouraged to send at least 2 representatives. Registration is required. Forms and flyiers are mailed out to each Neighborhood association prior to the Summit. Watch the mail or call to find out more about the next Summit. Registration forms are at the bottom of this page.
Questions? Call or visit the Human Relations Office
104 Goldsboro Street
P.O. Box 10
Wilson, NC 27894
Fall 2014 Registration form (747 KB)