Oct 21 Community Mtg Video

On October 21st, QVNA convened a community meeting to provide residents with an update on community safety, information about voting in the November 3rd election, an update from City Hall, and the names of candidates running in the QVNA board election.

Guest speakers included Capt. Brian Hartzell, 3rd District; Deputy Commissioner Trina Bodnik; and Councilman Mark Squilla.

Apply for a Community Grant

Apply Now for a Community Grant

QVNA is accepting applications for our Community Grant Program until noon on Friday, November 6, 2020.

QVNA Community Grants provide funding to help improve the quality of life of Queen Village residents.  We accept grant requests for a wide range of projects and programs, such as enhancing parks, gardens, playgrounds, clean & green projects, block beautification, and historic preservation. We also accept grant applications for in-school, after-school, and summer academic and/or learning enrichment programs.

Click here to find more information about grant program eligibility, application review  and a listing of projects and programs that have been funded in past years.

 

Board of Director Nominations Now Open

QVNA’s board election is November 16, 2020. The ballot will include six positions. Each elected board member will serve a two-year Board term (Jan 1, 2020 to Dec 31, 2021):

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Director (4 positions)

Candidate requirements:

  • Queen Village resident, age 18+ (QV boundaries can be seen here.)
  • Attendee of at least two QVNA-sponsored meetings between Jan 1 and Oct 18, 2020.   Upcoming QVNA-sponsored meetings are listed here.

Interested?

We invite you to learn more by meeting with a member of QVNA’s Nominating Committee. Please provide us with your contact information here.