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Note: We have many board positions at this time. Please let us know if you are willing to fill the post of President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Compliance or Newsletter/Social Media person. While these postions are officially vacant - awaiting new volunteers. Susan Brown, Bert Orza and Sherry Fair who served in these rolls have agreed to mentor new officers and continue our support of the neighborhood. But, we need volunteers to step up and carry the mantle forward.
President: Susan Brown
Vice President: Bert Orza
Secretary: Amy Fairweather
Treasurer: Sherry Fair
Past President: Joyce Heidelberger
Newsletter Chair: Tara Noah
Regional Representatives (aka Block Captains): Mary Ann Boucher, Ann Miruski, Don & Vona Lou Jones, Denise & Mike Yardley, Carolyn Leonard Heavener, Cliff & Peggy Walton, Keith Castner, Sharon Fernbaugh, Lynn & Doug Hartwig, Osiris Gonzales, Camille Glasshof, Susan Grandle, Bert Orza
The purpose of the Briarcreek Neighborhood Association (BNA) is to unite as neighbors to improve our neighborhood and community; to preserve the safety, beauty and value of our homes. Our goal is to get neighbors together, share ideas and work cooperatively to make our neighborhood a better place to live. Together we can combat community deterioration, preserve and protect the beauty and character of our wonderful neighborhood.
BNA is a non-profit, charitable organization serving the Briacreek Neighborhood. A twelve member Board of Directors govern the BNA.
The bulk of BNA's work is performed by four standing committees, covering virtually every neighborhood issue from beautificiation to code enforcement.
BNA's annual income is derived from association dues, with additional income from special project fundraising efforts that are held as needed.
The Briarcreek Facebook page and this website, provide great information, communication and easy access to BNA Board members, and the local block captains. These resources make it easy for you to be informed and involved in Briarcreek neighborhood activities and City activities that affect us all.
Checkout the latest news, activites and pictures of past events. Also available online are the neighborhood convenants, bylaws, meeting notices, meeting schedules, and other items of interest. We have provided convenient links to local schools, community police officers, and local government officials.
Be sure to bookmark our website so you can return easily and often!