Help make our neighborhood even better by volunteering.
MKNA works harder each year to support area development, to grow the cohesion of our community and to promote the “Live, Work, Shop, Play, Learn, Grow” ethos. We are an all–volunteer, not for profit organization.
Our broader work on behalf of the community includes:
- monitoring and advocating community positions on land use, zoning, infrastructure, traffic issues and beautification efforts;
- partnering with public safety officers to reduce crime in local and adjoining neighborhoods;
- communicating with you— and your neighbors— through our printed newsletters, website, social media and our business community and resident and business email newsletters.
Indicate your willingness to volunteer!
We will forward your message to the appropriate contact. Thank you!
Also, consider becoming a residential member of the Meridian Kessler Neighborhood Association. Membership in the MKNA is tax deductible!
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