Benton Park West Neighborhood Association (BPWNA) was incorporated in 1998 with the state of Missouri and the IRS to be a 501(c)3 organization.
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Benton Park West Neighborhood Association
The mission of the Benton Park West Neighborhood Association is to enhance and strengthen the neighborhood and its residents by promoting safety, beautification, local organizations, communication, and diversity. The focus of the organization is to advocate for the recognition, renewal, and sustainability of Benton Park West's unique human and physical resources, to serve as a voice for the neighborhood, and to help ensure quality living.
Benton Park West Neighborhood Association strives to fulfill the mission with the vision of providing monthly communication and promotion of quality of life components to make the neighborhood comfortable and a pleasant place to live. This work is done through fundraisers to support the projects and committee work, free events to residents and surrounding communities, and support of every day quality of life improvement.
Neighborhood meetings are held the third Thursday of each month, except December, at 7:00 pm in the Five Star Senior Senior located at 2832 Arsenal Street, 63118.
Residents, business and property owners, friends, and guests are all welcome to attend. We review our financial state, hear from the Alderman, Police, NSO, and other special guests. We also discuss upcoming events and projects. It's your opportunity to learn about what's happening in the neighborhood, voice your opinions or concerns, and get to know your neighbors!
BPWNA Board Meetings are held the second Monday of each month at 6:30 pm in the Five Star Senior Center located at 2832 Arsenal Street, 63118.
All are welcome to attend these meetings. We discuss upcoming events and projects, budgets and financial decisions, any issues that affect BPW and its stakeholders. Those seeking a letter of support for a new business will also present their business plan during the Board meeting. Residents can ask questions and voice any concerns with these prospective business owners.
Our Board and volunteers are unpaid, but we still incur expenses to put forth community improvement projects, events, and administraive overhead. We participate in fundraisers throughout the year, but you can make help any time.
Consider becoming a paid member or make a donation to BPWNA.
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