West End Neighborhood Association

WENA's Commitment

To address the quality of life in the West End,
To build trust and a spirit of community,
To protect the diverse character of our neighborhoods,
To identify needs and concerns of residents and business partners, and
To provide a way for those needs and concerns to be addressed.

The Association is active in supporting programs at the Reiche Community Center.
We raise funds to pay for swimming lessons for all 4th & 5th graders at Reiche School.
We fund open swims for neighborhood children during the summer at the Reiche pool.
We participate in Neighborhood Watch, Adopt-A-Block and Neighborhood Clean-ups.
We strive to maintain the West End as a clean, safe, quiet and attractive neighborhood.

The West End Neighborhood Association meets on the second Wednesday of each month, 6:30 - 8 p.m., upstairs at Reiche Community Center, 166 Brackett Street. WENA welcomes all those with a vested interest in the West End, regardless of residence.

WENA Boundaries: The geographic boundaries of the West End Neighborhood Association shall be:

Northern Boundary: Along south side of Congress Street from opposite Weymouth Street to High Street

Eastern Boundary: Along High Street from Congress Street to Commercial Street

Western Boundary: Along a line from opposite Weymouth Street to Emery Street between Congress Street and Commercial Street

Southern Boundary: Along Commercial Street to a point even with Emery Street to Commercial Street

Excluded are those areas falling within the boundaries of the Western Promenade and the St. John/Valley Neighborhood Associations.

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