WPCNA: White Plains Council of Neighborhood Associations
WPCNA White Plains Council of Neighborhood Associations: The Voice of the Neighborhoods. Battle Hill
Bryant Gardens
Colonial Corners
Ferris Ave
Fisher Hill
Fulton Street
Gedney Circle
Gedney Farms
Gedney Manor
Gedney Meadows
Gedney Park
Haviland Manor
Hillair Circle
Idle Forest
North Broadway
North Street
Old Mamaroneck Rd
Old Oak Ridge
Prospect Park
Reynal Park/
Rocky Dell
Saxon Wood
Westminster Ridge
Woodcrest Heights
   A citywide forum on education, safety, health, government, the environment, open space.

The White Plains Council of Neighborhood Associations (WPCNA) coordinates the neighborhood associations in White Plains, NY.

Its purpose is to enhance the quality of life in the City, and in particular, in its neighborhoods.


As an advisory council, the WPCNA functions by disseminating information and opinion to the public and public officials, and by encouraging local action.

Its monthly meetings bring together both representatives from the member associations, who come to discuss the citywide issues impacting their neighborhoods, and unaffiliated White Plains residents, who come to voice individual concerns.

The WPCNA encourages members to develop and share resources and activities to benefit the people of White Plains.

Photos by and about WPCNA members and events.

April Monthly Meeting

The April Meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Education House, 5 Homeside Lane, White Plains, NY. The Guest Speakers will be Naomi Klein and Yvonne Gumowitz of EcoNeighbors, and Kevin Nunn, Executive Director of the White Plains Business Improvement District (BID).

Naomi Klein and Yvonne Gumowitz of EcoNeighbors

Take It or Leave It. Naomi Klein (at left in the photo) and Yvonne Gumowitz will talk about The White Plains Take It or Leave It (TILI) Shed at the Gedney Recycling Center. The TILI Shed is a place to bring your perfectly good, but no longer wanted items -- instead of throwing them away. And while you’re there, browse the cast-offs your neighbors left to find something you’ve always wanted (or didn’t know you wanted until you saw it). The sustainability project is a collaborative effort between the Department of Public Works and Econeighbors.

White Plains BID Director Kevin Nunn.

White Plains Business Improvement District. The White Plains BID is a self-taxing district formed to improve the general business climate and appearance of downtown White Plains. Kevin Nunn took over as Executive Director of the BID in September 2011. Some of the programs he overseas are the International Farmer's Market, Rising Star Sidewalk Sales, Shop White Plains and the Clean Sweep inititative. In general, the BID's services include marketing and promotion, special events, streetscape improvements, sidewalk cleaning and member advocacy.

A question and answer period will follow each presentation.

The meeting is open to the public -- bring your friends and neighbors! -- and will start promptly at 7:30 pm. Light refreshments will be served.

This is sure to be an interesting evening so please come early to get a good seat and allow time for audience participation and networking.

NOTICE: WPCNA is seeking applicants for apppointment to the Board as Recording Secretary. If you're interested, please let us know.

P.S. 2015 Annual dues are still only $25 and payable by the March meeting. Delegates should bring a check payable to WPCNA to the meeting.

If you'd like to speak or have a suggestion for a future WPCNA meeting, please let us know.

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Frances Jones
Ken Kristal

Todd Gordon
Ira Wunder

Howard Waldman

Recording Sec'y

Corresponding Sec'y
Louis Bruno
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Last update: Thursday, April 09, 2015.