Neighbors, we invite you to join our new neighborhood assoc. to support, protect & improve this wonderful area we all share.
BVNA applied for and was awarded a grant to create a Strategic Work Plan for our association. We plan to use this opportunity to better engage with and serve our community.
The Strategic Work Plan will involve community residents and other stakeholders from across Beaverdam Valley (BV) in a process to create a dynamic vision for the BV community by developing a Plan for the BNVA board. We expect to create a plan that will capture residents’ input and adjust to changing neighborhood needs. This Plan will provide guidelines for BVNA to help BV achieve its goals of a safe and vibrant community consistent with the unique character of the Valley.
As one of the largest neighborhoods registered with the City of Asheville with a population of 5,287 residents, BV needs a well-organized and informed board able to partner with the City of Asheville to provide a voice for its residents. With such a geographically large and populous neighborhood there is a great need for a strategic vision that will position BVNA to better serve its community.
Our approach will include identifying community priorities, engaging community stakeholders, and working closely with partners to help BVNA to develop a strategic plan and goals with yearly benchmarks.
Our goals are to create a strong, long-lasting association with increased neighbor involvement, an expanded range of social opportunities, and a framework to guide our advocacy work.
Our methodology to accomplish the project will include the following:
We are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families in Beaverdam Valley Neighborhood Association. Your support can help us achieve our mission and make a lasting impact in our community. Please consider making a donation today.
With a core group of residents, Beaverdam Valley Neighborhood Association (BVNA) is now working to create the framework for our new neighborhood association by identifying needs and meaningful projects for our community. If you want to get involved, provide input or perhaps become an officer, please reach out by clicking below.
Become a BVNA member and stay up to date on any upcoming events and latest news. Please take a look at our home page for updates on important issues affecting our area. If you are interested in learning more about our committees, please visit Association Information>Committees page on our website or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.