Queen Village Neighbors Association (QVNA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit established November 3, 1969 to “serve the residents of Queen Village and strengthen the community by: providing a forum for public discussion of issues of concern and interest, supporting improvements to our neighborhood, our schools and our city, facilitating understanding and use of public services and acting as a channel of communication with city officials and elected representatives.”
QVNA relies on dozens of volunteer members to lead the association and advance its work in and for Queen Village in accordance with its bylaws.
Membership and Meetings
All residents, 18 years or older and living in owned or rented property in Queen Village for at least six months, qualify for membership in QVNA. General Membership Meetings are typically scheduled on third Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm (except July and August) . See the events calendar.
The oldest section of Philadelphia, Queen Village traces its origin back to 1682. Today, Queen Village is defined as the area bounded by “the south side of Lombard Street, the north side of Washington Avenue, the east side of Sixth Street, and the Delaware River, including the pier heads.”