The Historic Northeast Midtown Association is a Neighborhood Business Revitalization Organization located in Wyandotte County, Kansas City, Kansas.
The HNMA offers services and programs to improve the quality of life of the residents in its’ service area. As the NBR for the area, the HNMA also serves as a technical and informational resource to the neighborhood associations in the northeast and midtown areas. The HNMA is focused on empowering individuals to create measurable improvements in their lives. HNMA has several programs and is involved in several community initiatives to accomplish this goal.
We hope that our website serves as a channel for community updates as well as community resources.
is self-sustaining neighborhoods and businesses that empower residents to engage in economic, social and civic issues which impact their quality of life.
is to support sustainable growth in our beloved community through strategic investments in health, environment, businesses, education, and workforce development in the Historic Northeast- Midtown service area.
2017 Neighborhood Association Map:
Rollover your neighborhood on the map for details.
Our Neighborhood Associations Include:
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Elnora Q Tellis Jefferson, President
Lynnette Booker, Vice President
Ronald Cobb, Treasurer
Erin Bopp, Secretary
James Echols, Board Member
Ruth Jones, Board Member
Active Citizen Task Force
Brentwood Hills Neighborhood Group
Brighton Hill Neighborhood Group
Citizens Among the Stars
Fowler Park Neighborhood Association
Gerding Gardens Neighborhood Watch Group
London Heights Neighborhood Association
Monticello Heights Neighborhood Association
Organization for Community Preservation
Parkwood Colony Neighborhood Association
Quindaro Urban Improvement Community
Sagem 8 & 9
Struggler's Hill Neighborhood Association
Tremont Neighborhood Association
Turtle Hill Neighborhood Association
Western Highland Community Group
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Read more at our blog here.
An interview with community activist and Parkwood Colony resident Sherri Batts capturing her thoughts on the improvements made to Parkwood Park.
The Active Living Trails project was developed by the Historic Northeast-Midtown Association, NBC Community Development Corporation, Parkwood Colony Neighborhood Association, YouthBuild KCK, Communities Creating Opportunities, the Gehl Institute, the Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City, and the Dotte Agency. Click here to read more on our partner website: the Dotte Agency