DEARBORN, Michigan – The Dearborn Federation of Neighborhood Associations is continuing it’s drive to improve the community and the lives of all Dearborn area citizens by creating and nurturing strong neighborhood associations.
The group held it’s recent meeting on April 2nd in the Mayor’s conference room with federation president Mary Petlichkoff presiding. Dearborn city council president Susan Dabaja spoke to the group, and was joined by John Cascardo of Dearborn’s residential services. The group discussed Kroger’s outside appearance (unkempt), ways to encourage more residents to engage with DFNA, and talked about consistent (fair and balanced) enforcement of Dearborn ordinances, etc.
Map of neighborhood associations (via the City of Dearborn)
- Cherry Hill Estates
- Crowley Park Neighborhood Association
- Dearborn Hills Civic Association
- Dearborn Park Neighborhood Association
- DuVall-Edison Association
- Eastborn Neighborhood Association
- Ford Homes Historic District
- Ford Woods
- Fort Dearborn Manor Civic Association
- Golfcrest Country Club Civic Association
- Golfview Oaks Subdivision
- Grindley Civic Association
- Henry Ford
- Highland Neighborhood Association
- Historic Aviation Property Owners Association
- Historic Springwells Park
- Howard Park
- Morley Area Residents Association
- Oakman Grove
- Oxford Neighborhood
- Riverbend Neighborhood Association
- Snow Woods Neighborhood Association
- Southwest Outer Drive Neighborhood Association
- West Lane Civic Association
- West Village Square Condo Association
Dearborn Federation of Neighborhood Associations
Neighborhood associations may join the Dearborn Federation of Neighborhood Associations (DFNA). This group works to promote the welfare of its member associations in addressing housing, transportation, sanitation, building restrictions, streets, sidewalks, schools and all other non-political matters of public interest, and to advance the welfare of the City of Dearborn. The DFNA meets the first Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Mayor’s Conference Room, except for the summer.
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