Neighborhoods of the Second District
Alamitos Beach Neighborhood Association
The Alamitos Beach Neighborhood Association provides residents with the opportunity to voice their opinions, improve the quality of life for community, and promote safety, cooperation and cultural diversity. This association meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Bixby Park Recreation Center, 130 Cherry Avenue. For more information, visit the Alamitos Beach Neighborhood Association or Facebook websites.
AOC7 Neighborhood Association
AOC7 stands for Anaheim, Orange, Cherry & 7th St. These four streets represent the borders of the community (2nd,4th & 6th Council Districts). AOC7 is a neighborhood organization founded to improve the overall quality of life within their community. AOC7 is committed to accomplishing its mission by joining residents and businesses to prevent community deterioration and enhance public safety. AOC7 meets at MacArthur Park in the Gamboa Theater 1323 Gundry Avenue. They meet the first Wednesday of each month from 6:30pm - 7:30pm. For more information, contact Rocio Torres at email@example.com or "like" them on AOC7 Facebook.
Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association
Historic Bluff Heights, which runs from Broadway to 4th street and from Junipero to Redondo, offers many outstanding and unique restaurants, coffee shops and boutiques. The Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association organizes neighborhood-friendly events including a 4th of July Block Party and tours of historic homes. BHNA meets quarterly at Mann Elementary School. For more information, visit the Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association website or their Facebook page.
Craftsman Village Historic District
Located from 7th to 10th Streets between Walnut and Orange, the Craftsman Historic District dedicates itself to preserving its rich heritage and improving the quality of life for the community. Click here for a brief history of the Hellman/Craftsman area. For more information, visit the Craftsman Village Historic District website or their Facebook page.
East Village Association
Long Beach 's emerging arts community has made its home in the East Village where virtually every art form is represented. Home to the Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA), the nation's only museum to exclusively feature art from Latin America, the East Village offers cutting-edge exhibits, one-of-a-kind galleries, unique retailers, and chatty sidewalk cafes. The East Village is also a popular place to browse through galleries and explore some of the city's most eclectic boutique stores. For more Information please visit their EVA website or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
North Alamitos Beach Association
NABA is a Long Beach neighborhood association bordered by Alamitos and Cherry, Fourth and 7th Streets. They work closely with the office of 2nd District Vice Mayor Suja Lowenthal to make their great neighborhood even better by addressing improvement and safety issues while meeting neighbors and creating lasting relationships. NABA sponsors regular clean-ups, which are coordinated by our Long Beach Neighborhood Services Bureau. They meet the last Wednesday of each month at the Long Beach Senior Center located at 1150 E. 4th St. Bring your ideas and concerns to discuss, whether the issue is crime, beautification, volunteering, bringing together residents and businesses or planning events for the community. We hope to see you at a NABA meeting soon! For more information, please visit their website at http://www.nabalongbeach.org/, NABA on Facebook, or Our Neighborhood Link.
Promenade Area Residents Association
The Promenade Area Residents Association (PARA) is committed to building a community by making their neighborhood a place to live, know their neighborhoods, and feel like a part of a community. The neighborhood is located within the following boundaries: East Long Beach Blvd., North by 3rd Street, West by Pacific Avenue, South by Ocean Blvd. For more information, go to their PARA Facebookpage.
Rose Park Neighborhood Association
The Rose Park Neighborhood Association is committed to improving the quality of life for residents, focusing on area issues and creating a sense of community. The icon of their neighborhood is a small historic park located on Orizaba Avenue at Eighth Street. Their Association is responsible for one of the largest geographical association areas in the City, with more than 22,000 residents and two designated historic districts. The group meets on a regular basis. For more information, visit Rose Park's website, Facebook page or email RPNA .