Historic Old Northeast Neighborhood Association

HONNA was founded in 1974 to promote, preserve, and protect quality of life in our unique corner of the world.

HONNA's Neighborhood Projects

HONNA is involved in many projects that beautify the Old Northeast and make it a safer and better neighborhood in which to live. The many projects in which HONNA is involved include:

•    Monument and cornerstones – HONNA pays for the patching, cleaning, painting and electrical repairs of these monuments and cornerstones on a regular basis.

•    Dolphin statues – HONNA has paid for the repair, restoration and painting of these two statues near the Venetian steps in Granada Terrace.

•    Median landscaping – HONNA pays for the landscaping and monthly maintenance of several medians

•    Westminster Church – HONNA pays for the monthly lawn maintenance of this now-closed church property and places seasonal displays on its lawn. HONNA also paid for repairs to the church sign.

•    Acorn lamp posts along 1st Street – HONNA worked to get grants for the installation of these lamp posts.

•    1st Street Upgrade – HONNA efforts helped lead to the upgrade of 1st Avenue between 22nd Ave N and 9th Ave N to make it one way with two bicycle paths.

•    Residential Parking Permit (RPP) zone – Upon the request of many affected residents, HONNA coordinated the implementation of a RPP zone on the southern edge of Old Northeast

•    Recycling containers – HONNA led the efforts to enable recycling containers to be emptied from alleys as opposed to curbside

•    4th Street crosswalks – HONNA has coordinated between residents and the city and the state for installation of these crosswalks.

•    Halloween – HONNA pays for additional police to make our neighborhood safer for special Halloween night activities

To see more of what HONNA does for its residents, please visit our Membership Page.