- Amy Mendillo for East Side Monthly
FPNA Welcomes Your Questions
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Dear Fox Point Neighbors,
Do you have ideas for our neighborhood? Concerns you’d like to see addressed? Unanswered questions, large or small? Please feel free to contact FPNA. The Fox Point Neighborhood Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, exists to protect and enhance the quality of life in the neighborhood and its historic integrity and resources. In recent years we’ve worked with local organizations and our City Councilman to lobby for improvements of the bike path, roadway, and environs of the southern end of Gano Street, the gateway to India Point Park that will undergo construction in Spring 2019. We’ve also weighed in on development projects of the 195 District, including supporting smart development in the so-called sunflower parcels located on South Main Street and strongly opposing a zoning change for the 600-foot Hope Point Tower.
FPNA also builds community through small-scale events and initiatives like the annual FPNA Wickenden Wonderland carol-sing and the FPNA Earth Day Cleanup. We support activities of Wickenden-area merchants and provide a twice-monthly e-newsletter to share local news and events with neighbors.
Throughout all of this activity, FPNA exists to answer your questions, field concerns, and follow your lead. We welcome your participation. Please send us an email at email@example.com, or check out our website. Even better, come to a monthly meeting, held on the second Monday of the month in the community room of the Vartan Gregorian School. We need your help and enthusiasm to improve our neighborhood. Please join us!