Posts by Victory Neighborhood Association

Neighborhood Association Funding at Risk for Reduction

Statement on importance of city continuing to fund Victory Neighborhood Association: Some of you may be aware that the City Council is considering significant changes to the way it supports neighborhood organizations like ViNA. Neighborhoods 2020 would dramatically reduce the amount of funding provided to these important organizations that do the day-in and day-out work…

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Tips for keeping our neighborhood safe.

Put trash bins and other items in your yard or garage to help reduce opportunities for potential fires. Check in with your neighbors. Keep outdoor lights on all night. If you haven’t already, connect your water hoses to your outdoor water supply. Report suspicious vehicles without plates to the tip line instead of 911 to keep…

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Volunteer Neighborhood Connectors

We are looking to create connections and build community in the coming weeks to help those in need, especially our most vulnerable and under represented. In order to do this, we need volunteers to check in on our residents. Door Knock, Flyer, Engage. If interested, please let us know. < Loading…

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Annual Gathering & Dinner

7PM, Wed., September 25, 2019Emily’s Eatery2124 44th Avenue North The Victory Neighborhood Association (ViNA) invites you to celebrate the year in community at our Annual Gathering & Dinner. We will reflect on the year behind us, toast outstanding volunteers, and elect new members to our board of directors. (Follow this link to learn more about…

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National Night Out

Tuesday, August 6, is National Night out and dozens of block parties will be popping up throughout Victory. ViNA encourages you to attend your block’s gathering and get to know the people who live by you better. Attending a National Night Out party is a great first step to building a safer and more connected community. If your…

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NRP Fund Allocations

At its May Neighborhood Gathering, the Victory Neighborhood Association (ViNA) will vote on fund allocations for the activities the organization offers through the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP). The board of directors and committees of ViNA propose to make the following adjustments to its NRP plan and budgets. These changes are proposed based current program budgets…

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