Have you ever dreamed of living in a charming urban neighborhood with a relaxed pace of life? A community of one-of-a-kind homes, tree-lined streets with walkable access to the arts, culture, higher education and commercial services? There is a diverse and friendly community of hundreds of homeowners who do. They call the College Cultural Neighborhood in Flint, Michigan home, and they love where they live.
A Home for Everyone
These homes were built by Flint’s finest families and offer historical significance and architectural treasures including classic Tudor, Colonial, mid-century modern and storybook cottage. Period details and fixtures, which would be cost-prohibitive in newly constructed homes, include elaborate tile work, hardware, light and plumbing fixtures, and coved ceilings with rich wood moldings. A home in the College Cultural Neighborhood provides affordable living with unparalleled quality and character.
The neighborhood is known for its mature trees, lush landscaping, tidy yards and flower gardens. The district is pedestrian-friendly with many attractions and amenities within walking distance.
Double the action, double the fun! This Saturday not only are we doing CCNA gardening maintenance from 9:00-10:00 a.m. (meeting at the old Family Video) but also, our neighbor and State Senator Jim Ananich will be hosting a Coffee Hour at Bedrock Diner starting at 10:00 a.m. No experience or tools necessary - for gardening or for coffee drinking - we'll train you! This is a great way to connect with your neighbors - hope to see you at one or both events. ... See MoreSee Less
Thurs. May 16, 2019, 7-9 pm CCNA Neighborhood Association Meeting Mott Community College, Regional Technology Center Auditorium 1005 1st floor
On the agenda: CCNA elections Neighborhood cleanups & beautification Real estate report Neighborhood Watch, blight and safety Flint Registry Crim plans for Pierce Elementary What’s going on with Court St. City issues
Doors open about 6:45 pm. Come early and meet your neighbors. Free parking in the RTC lot and in the lower lots.
Spring yard cleanup info: See below.
Signholders: Please post your white meeting sign (not on the parkways, please) and remove the sign after the meeting.
CCNA Neighborhood Watch, RTC 1005 Auditorium, 7-9 pm Thurs., June 20, 2019 Thurs., July 18, 2019 Thurs., Aug. 15, 2019 Thurs., Oct. 17, 2019 Thurs., Dec. 19, 2019
CCNA meetings All CCNA meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at the MCC RTC. Doors open a few minutes early, so come and meet your neighbors. General membership meetings are held alternate months from Sept.-May. All other months are neighborhood safety meetings. Thanks to Mott Community College and Dawn Hibbard for hosting our civic meetings. Meetings are free and open.
About the CCNA The College Cultural Neighborhood Association is a non-profit organization. Since 1992 we have been dedicated to preserving and improving our urban neighborhood and our city. We raise awareness of political, governmental, social and environmental issues concerning us and other Flint neighborhoods. About 1,300 households are represented by the neighborhood association, which includes the area I-69 to Crapo St., to Longway to Dort Hwy.
CCNA Email List To be added to the list to receive periodic reminders of meetings or to reach the officers, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email address remains private.
CCNA Flint Yahoo Group Dialogue with your neighbors, receive meeting info and post local events in this moderated group for neighborhood residents. Send an email with your first & last name & street to: email@example.com Thanks to Paul Streby for moderating this group.
Make your reservations today to visit this amazing place right in our neighborhood!Sneak peek of some new features on the Guided House Tour for 2019!
This sitting room was formerly the bedroom for the nanny of C.S. and Ethel’s three children and it later became the bedroom for "Nana,” the nanny who helped take care of C.S. and Ruth’s three children. It was later turned into a maid's sitting room.
Also new this year: The "telephone room" and restored telephone, which was patented in 1894.
Reminder. This weekend!It has been almost 6 months since our last home game, but Flint Roller Derby is back!!! We cannot wait to show you what we have been working on! Our first home game at Rollhaven is on May 4th against the Atom Smashers from Durham Region Roller Derby. This will be our first WFTDA sanctioned home game. We will also be having a Star Wars themed costume contest for our fans. Doors open at 7:30 pm and the game begins at 8 pm.
Tickets are $8 in advance and you are going to want to get those soon! Ticket link below or get them from your favorite skater. Our games are BYOB so our 21 and up fans may bring up to 2 16-ounce plastic bottles or cans of beer. Drink responsibly! After party will be at Churchill's Food & Spirits, directly following the game.