Our park would be called Woodmere Arts Park with new pathways, a sculpture, and perhaps a fountain in the pond. Woodmere Drive would be narrowed some to slow traffic and a raised crosswalk to make it easier for pedestrians to cross. New park signs similar to those in Blount Cultural Park would tie all three parks together. Paths for walking, jogging, and/or biking would connect the parks, making it possible to hold 10k events in our neighborhood.
All of this will attract new home buyers to our area and increase the value of all of our property. Your Woodmere Neighborhood Association is working with the city to make this enhancement a reality reflecting our slogan “Beautiful Parks and Home to the Arts”.
In addition to this project, your Woodmere Neighborhood Association has completed or currently performs the following functions:
- New flag pole at the Woodmere Boulevard entrance with a 5’ x 8’ U.S. flag.
- New neighborhood entrance signs on Woodmere Boulevard and Carmichael Road.
- New stop signs on Woodmere Boulevard.
- Actively works to see more enforcement of the city ordinances.
- Designs and prints a quarterly newsletter that is delivered to your door to keep you informed of important events in the neighborhood.
- Schedules and conducts quarterly meetings at the Museum to keep you informed.
- Maintains the WNA website and our E-News update.
The WNA promotes such projects through volunteer labor and voluntary annual dues from folks like you. All memberships are only $25.00 per year. If you have not already joined and would like to join us in these and other projects, please take a moment and fill out the membership form that can be found here (http://woodmeremontgomery.com/forms.html) and return it along with your annual dues. We appreciate your support and look forward to working with you for a better future for Woodmere.