Your voluntary membership dues are just $25 for the year and help PMNA create great social, educational and cultural events like our annual home tour, Midwood Maynia, movies in the park and Fall Crawl.
Dues also help fund our neighborhood newsletter, which goes out to every home in Plaza Midwood with important neighborhood information and great stories about your neighbors and local businesses.
Lastly, your dues allow us to make vital improvements and tackle important projects like our community garden, community dog waste stations and adopt-a-street program.
Throughout the year, PMNA is involved in more than two dozen projects, from annual events like Midwood Maynia and Fall Crawl to beautification projects like our community garden to efforts to give back to the community like Midwood Gives Back.
While the PMNA board members all spend significant time planning and implementing these projects, we need your help, too. So, would you like to volunteer in the community? Have kids who need volunteer hours for school? Need some community service hours after that long night at Whiskey Warehouse? We’re happy to have you.
There are tons of great ways to stay up to date on important issues facing the community. These meetings are all open to the public -- whether or not you're a neighbor.
We gather quarterly on the fourth Thursday of January, April, July and October at Resident Culture Brewing (2101 Central Ave) to discuss all matters facing the neighborhood. Meet-and-greet starts at 6:30 p.m. and meetings begin at 7.
Land Use Group
PMNA's Land Use Group monitors all issues regarding zoning and development in and around the neighborhood. The group meets the third Wednesday of each month at The Vine (2101 Belvedere) at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
Cops, Coffee & Cake
Our neighborhood watch group and representatives from CMPD meet on the second Thursday of each month upstairs at the Central Avenue Harris-Teeter to discuss crime and safety issues in East Charlotte.
Our garden group holds workdays on the second Saturday of each month, weather permitting, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the community garden at Midwood Park.
Historic District Meetings
HDC invites the public to offer feedback on zoning and development projects in the historic districts on the second Wednesday of each month at 1 p.m. at the Government Center (600 E. 4th St.)
See our Events calendar for more details on events, meet-ups and initiatives throughout the year.