Welcome to the Downtown Neighborhood Association (DNA), where community strength lies in numbers! We invite you to join our vibrant and engaged group of individuals who are passionate about shaping the future of our beloved downtown community. Together, we can make a significant impact and ensure that our voices are heard loud and clear. As a DNA member, you are not only benefiting from free or discounted admission to events, but you are also actively contributing to enhancing the quality of life for downtown residents.
We accomplish this by fostering strong collaboration between downtown residents, government entities, and businesses. Through advocacy, we work tirelessly to represent the interests and concerns of our community, making sure that the needs of downtown residents are taken into account in decision-making processes. Additionally, the DNA provides ample opportunities for social interaction, allowing you to connect with fellow residents, share experiences, and build a sense of belonging.
Information sharing is another crucial aspect of our association. We strive to keep our members informed about relevant news, developments, and initiatives that impact our downtown community. By staying informed, you can actively participate in shaping the future of our neighborhood.
It is important to note that the DNA is a non-partisan, volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) member-funded nonprofit organization. This means that our work is driven by dedicated individuals who selflessly give their time and resources to make a positive difference. By becoming a member, you contribute directly to the sustainability and effectiveness of our efforts.
Join us today and become an integral part of the Downtown Neighborhood Association. Together, we can create a vibrant and thriving downtown that enhances the quality of life for all residents.
The DNA Board of Directors meeting is on the first Tuesday of every month at 6:00pm at the DDA Office, 300 Clematis, Suite 200. Members are welcome to attend.
- Sponsor and support lectures, public forums, workshops, discussions, research, publications, special programs, and other activities
- Educate residents, government officials, and other organizations on public issues such as the unique character of the Downtown Neighborhood
- Advocate for public safety and neighborhood concerns
- Help Members to inform the City of West Palm Beach and other organizations about Members’ needs, concerns, and opinions.