The Wauwatosa Neighborhood Association Council is the only citywide organization that bridges civic and private groups to help Wauwatosa residents create, strengthen and maintain networks.
- We educate and support Wauwatosa neighborhoods in all stages of forming and maintaining a neighborhood association.
- We provide quarterly support meetings to mentor neighborhood associations and offer a forum to share ideas, successes and concerns.
- We educate Wauwatosa’s neighborhood associations about quality-of-life issues, city and county government, current community events, and ways to build community and encourage civic involvement.
- We provide information that’s easy, accurate and reliable.
In late spring of 1994, the civic organization Wauwatosa Tomorrow began holding informal support meetings for the neighborhood associations that were beginning to form. These meetings served as a sounding board for the newly formed associations and were an opportunity to share ideas, report on progress and support each other’s efforts. The group formalized as the Neighborhood Association Council in the winter of 1994.
Today, all residents of neighborhood associations in Wauwatosa are welcome to attend the NAC meetings, and community groups may present to the NAC by requesting a place on the agenda in advance.
Maureen Badding (Olde Hillcrest)
Tammy Crouch (Pabst Park)
Arline Hayes (Olde Hillcrest)
Karen Jaeckels (Olde Hillcrest), Liaison, City of Wauwatosa
Robin Luther (Tosa East Towne)
Jeannine Rowe (Friends of Quarry Heights)
Julie Walker (Olde Hillcrest)
Jill Wickham (Jennings Park)
New members are always welcome to the NAC board! If you’re interested in helping us create, strengthen and maintain neighborhoods in Tosa, please email our president.
ARCHIVED QUARTERLY MEETING MINUTES
If you missed our last few meetings, see what was discussed here.
Whether you’re next door, down the street or across town, the NAC is here to help you create, strengthen and maintain networks for a stronger Tosa for us all!