New West Willow Neighborhood Association

 The NWWNA is a nonprofit organization that represents the needs and interests of residents in the West Willow neighborhood. Started in the mid-1990s, the NWWNA is one of the oldest, continually operating Neighborhood Associations in Ypsilanti Township. NWWNA's purpose is to strive for continuous improvement in residential quality, character values, services, and neighborhood objectives; whereby citizens and stakeholders will take a strong interest in making West Willow a desirable place to live. It is a vital part of the West Willow community, and is housed out of the West Willow Community Resource Center (CRC).

NWWNA Mission

  • To develop a safe and healthy community for all

  • To support education of our children

  • To promote the welfare and safety of our children

  • To create and maintain a clean and beautiful neighborhood

Neighborhood Association Meetings

When: 3rd Monday of each month from 7:00 – 8:30 pm

Location: Community Resource Center, 2057 Tyler Road Ypsilanti MI 48198

Habitat for Humanity of Huron Valley attends monthly Neighborhood Association meetings to provide updates on Habitat projects and to lend support to neighborhood activities.

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Leadership

The NWWNA is governed by an Executive Board whose current members through 2019 are as follows:

Jo Ann McCollum, President
Robert Harrison, Vice President
Mona McLain, Treasurer

Elections for board members are held annually at the November Neighborhood Association Meetings.