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Benefits of Joining WAWM:

 

·            Promote & support ideas and projects that will directly impact your neighborhood.

·            Be informed about neighborhood activities including crime prevention, code enforcement, and local government.

·            Bring neighbors within the community together to support cultural, economic, educational, and recreational activities.

·            Keep the community informed on the Association’s position on relevant issues and on the City’s plans and activities.

·            Aid government officials in the diligent pursuit of their duties & obligation to all people and businesses of Wilton Manors.

 

 

WAWM 2022-2023 Priorities

Promote Economic Development That Benefits the Westside

 

● Community-friendly, mixed-use development on Andrews Avenue

● Updated land-use and zoning regulations, & streetscape improvement

● Community dialog with potential investors and developers

 

Improve Public Safety and Livability for Westside Residents

 

● Continued safety improvements on Powerline Road

● Mobility enhancements and “complete street” design for City streets

● Upgrades and priority repairs to water and sewage infrastructure

● Enhanced police enforcement of speed limits on Westside

● Fully resourced code compliance division, focusing on short-term rentals, unkept/nuisance properties and vehicles.

 

Develop and Support Initiatives for Westside Beautification and Enhancement

 

● Grant funding for neighborhood enhancement programs with new 501(c)(3) status

● Public Art in Westside parks and other green spaces

● Enhanced “greening” of the Westside, including tree canopy and street plantings

● “Branding” of Westside with street signage, banners, and entryway improvements

● Expanded use of Mickel Park building/concession stand

 

Build Community Through Neighborhood-Wide Activities and City Volunteerism

 

● Beautification and enhancement planning and programs

● Participation in Citywide programs, including tree giveaways, roadway & waterway clean-ups, annual canoe race, and National Night Out.

● Social activities, including meet and greets

 

Strengthen WAWM

 

● Refresh WAWM logo, branding, website and Facebook pages

● Membership expansion, through social media, website, and personal contact

● Improve communication and interaction with, and responsiveness to, WAWM members

● Fund-raising for specific projects/events

 

 

WAWM is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to organizations with 501(c)(3) status may be tax deductible.  Please consult your tax advisor to determine deductibility of your contribution.  EIN: 65-1157828