he CCNA began in 1992. We continue to address community issues and work to make our neighborhood attractive. We are engaged in our city and form a collective voice to protect quality of life in our urban community. The strength and beauty of our neighborhood comes not only from the lovely old homes and tree-lined streets, but also from our community spirit.

Among other things, the College Cultural Neighborhood Association holds meetings with city officers and elected officials about issues affecting the neighborhood and city, and actively promotes neighborhood beautification.