Representing over 2,500 residents, the Historic Old Northeast Association’s diverse leaders, members, and volunteers serve as custodians of our neighborhood resources. We are dedicated to maintaining the Old Northeast’s unique, historical status as one of St. Petersburg’s premier neighborhoods and a great place in which to live, work and play.
The Historic Old Northeast, established 100 years ago, was the city’s first organized neighborhood. The first neighborhood organization, the North Shore Neighborhood Association, was founded in 1974. In May 2002 the name was changed to reflect the prevailing use of the term “Old Northeast” when referring to the neighborhood.
A Board of Directors, which meets monthly, provides Association oversight and coordinates many of the social and business activities. HONNA membership is available to anyone living in the neighborhood. Members who are residents or own property have voting privileges on HONNA matters brought before the general membership.