Announcing Board Elections in May

Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association will hold elections for Board positions May 5th, 2021. The MSANA Board is a participatory based volunteer organization. Board members must be Neighborhood Association members (see below) and must have attended at least four meetings within the current calendar year in order to be eligible to be elected. (See Bylaws Article VI, Section 2).

Membership in the Neighborhood Association is open to residents, property owners, business licensees and representatives of governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations located within the neighborhood boundaries. To qualify as a member one must also have confirmed their membership status on a meeting sign-in sheet (or otherwise verified within the meeting minutes). (See Bylaws Article IV, Section 1).

Board positions include Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Past Chair, SE Uplift Board Member, and At-Large Members as committee chairs or event coordinators. The time commitment is a few nights availability each month and the desire to see your neighborhood improve as the city grows. Contact us if you are interested!

In the past year MSANA Board members have installed a Community Care Cabinet at the Arleta Triangle, helped distribute US Census posters throughout the region, provided support to the Shelter to Housing Continuum Project, adopted diversity equity inclusion and accessibility guidelines, participated within a coalition of neighborhoods working together to improve safety and connectivity in the area, and more. What would you like to see happen in the next year? Join the MSANA Board and help your community today.

All are welcome. Todos son bienvenidos. Tất cả đều được chào đón.

Announcing Board Elections in July

The June meeting is canceled tonight.

Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association will hold elections for Board positions July 1st, 2020. The MSANA Board consists entirely of volunteers. Board members must be Neighborhood Association members (see below) and must have attended at least two meetings within the current calendar year in order to be eligible to be elected. (See Bylaws Article VI, Section 2).

Membership in the Neighborhood Association is open to residents, property owners, business licensees and representatives of governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations located within the neighborhood boundaries. To qualify as a member one must also have confirmed their membership status on a meeting sign-in sheet. (See Bylaws Article IV, Section 1).

Board positions include Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, Past Chair, SE Uplift Board Member, and At-Large Members as committee chairs or event coordinators. All it takes is a few nights available each month and the desire to see your neighborhood improve as the city grows. Contact us if you are interested!

The June meeting is canceled tonight. Be safe, see our social posts about opportunities to support Black, Indigenous, People of Color businesses and organizations, and connect with your neighbors.