Neighborhood associations are a great way to connect with your neighbors and get involved in your community.
The city is home to dozens of neighborhood associations — some cover large areas of the city while others focus on a couple of blocks. Some groups meet monthly while others only meet when problems arise or special events are planned.
These groups often discuss various problems in the neighborhood and also plan positive activities to improve life in their communities. Here are some neighborhood associations near our sites.
Corliss Park & Kane Apartments
North Lansingburgh Neighborhood Watch
Meets second Tuesday of the month at Lansingburgh Boys and Girls Club
Facebook: North Lansingburgh Neighborhood Watch
Historic 5th & Grand Street Neighborhood Association
Meet as needed — watch for flyers in your neighborhood
North Troy Community Network
Meets every first Wednesday, 6:30 p.m.
FB: North Troy Community Network
Osgood Neighborhood Association
Meets second Tuesday of the month at TAUM, 392 2nd Street
6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Meets Second Wednesday of the month at Troy Public Library
6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
A more complete listing of Neighborhood Groups throughout the city can be found at: https://triponline.org/troy-neighborhoods-action-council/