MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS 2023 – November 30
Quarterly General Membership meetings will resume in 2024, on the second Tuesday. See the calendar and posts for meeting location.
Special meetings may be called as needed. Board meetings are monthly on the 1st Tuesday.
Walnut Bend needs your support! Walnut Bend Civic Association (WBCA) works to maintain the quality of life in our neighborhood by working with our elected officials and collaborating with other civic organizations such as the Algiers Neighborhood Presidents Council. WBCA focuses on issues such as crime and blight, while bringing neighbors together at events such as the annual Night Out Against Crime, NOMTOC Parade and Meet and Greets.
Paying dues is critical to our neighborhood’s success and WBCA may have the lowest association fees in Algiers at $25.00/year ($45.00 for 2 years). What can paying dues accomplish? Tall Timbers was able to fix some of their streets using Civic Association fees (the city matched monies they are offered). Bocage and Algiers Point have purchased crime cameras that have aided police in catching offenders. Walnut Bend can do these things and more with your support.
Click to open the Membership Form , print, fill-in, and mail with your payment to:
Walnut Bend Civic Association, P.O. Box 740022, New Orleans, LA 70174
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– Quarterly community meetings to address the needs of our residents and businesses
– Regular information about our neighborhood in our newsletter and website
– The opportunity to be part of the decisions that affect Walnut Bend and Algiers
– Email network that keeps you informed on news, events, and crime prevention
– Representation in the Algiers Police Advisory Committee (APAC), the Algiers Neighborhood Presidents Council and other organizations that assist and collaborate with WB and the entire Algiers community
– Opportunity to win recognition and prizes, such as Garden of the Month and Christmas Decorations
– Maintenance of Walnut Bend entrance and meeting signs, and other beautification efforts
– Improved communication with our local government and elected officials, and representation at major meetings, such as City Council, Board of Zoning, Code Enforcement Hearings
– Participation in the Annual Night Out Against Crime and other community activities