Welcome to Woodlawn
The Woodlawn Neighborhood Association supports the community in their efforts to improve the quality of living and doing business in our neighborhood. Through partnerships with government and private sector organizations, as well as business owners and residents themselves, we foster the connections that create a more vibrant and sustainable neighborhood for all. We work together to create an environment where all community members can live harmoniously, respectfully, equitably, and in support of one another.
The neighborhood board is a group of elected volunteers who oversee budgets, major projects, and the vision for the neighborhood. All Woodlawn residents and business owners are welcome to run for the board. Elections occur each fall.
The board meets monthly to discuss these in-depth issues, and meetings are open to the general public. Our association strives to create opportunities to discuss ideas, projects, concerns, meet neighbors, and learn about resources.
Nancy FlynnRead More
Nancy Flynn grew up on the Susquehanna River in northeastern…...
Maija SpencerRead More
Maija Spencer has just retired from her third year serving…...
Beth HeinsRead More
Beth Heins moved to the Woodlawn neighborhood in 2013 and…...
Dennis KennedyRead More
Dennis Kennedy has been active in the Woodlawn Neighborhood Association…...
Andrée CulpepperRead More
Andrée Culpepper has been a Woodlawn resident for over 14…...
Thelma DiggsRead More
Thelma is a long-time Woodlawn resident who joined the board…...
Anjala EhelebeRead More
Anjala Ehelebe is the neighborhood historian and Land Use &…...
Shea FullerRead More
This will be Shea’s second year with the WNA and…...
Shirley MinorRead More
Shirley Minor was raised in the Woodlawn neighborhood, moved to…...
Jerome SmithRead More
Jerome is a Licensed and Ordained Preacher of 10 plus…...
Martin VandepasRead More
Martin Vandepas is a former Intel engineer turned local food…...
Learn about the history and special place Woodlawn is - and was!
We have a special history - families have been raising children, businesses have been employing neighbors and life has been blossoming for over 150 years.
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