Fishtown Neighbors Association (FNA)
A Vibrant, Thriving, and Unified Fishtown
The Fishtown Neighbors Association is a registered 501c3 non-profit organization and the Registered Community Organization (RCO) that serves the needs of the Fishtown/19125 neighborhood of Philadelphia. Formed in 2001 by a dedicated group of neighborhood volunteers seeking to improve and unify the community, the FNA has continued to serve the community for over a decade.
You are the FNA - all Fishtown residents and business owners are welcome. Whether you’re new to the neighborhood or a lifelong resident, the FNA is your community group, and is run entirely by unpaid neighborhood volunteers. Membership dues are $5 annually, but are not required to participate in meetings & Committees. All FNA meetings are free and open to the public, typically held at the Fishtown Recreation Center.
Note: The above description came from the organization's About Fishtown Neighbors Association page.
In The News
- FNA looks into a sidewalk cleaning program, Star News Philly, March 6, 2019.
- FNA looks to welcome new Fishtown residents with postcards, Star News Philly, August 29, 2018.
- Why more Philly neighborhood orgs are requiring ID to participate in votes, Billy Penn, February 26, 2018.
- How Fishtown could get stuck with a lemon of a car dealership, Philly dot com, January 11, 2018.