There is strength in numbers. Lancaster Place contains around 200 homes, and many of them owner occupied. Dues for the Civic Association are voluntary, but we do appreciate your support in helping to protect the neighborhood.
Who can join the Civic Association?
If you own, rent or otherwise represent a residence in the 1500, 1600, 1700 and part of the 1800 blocks of Sul Ross, Branard, West Main and Colquitt–as well as the east or west sides of Mandel, Dunlavy and Woodhead between Richmond and W. Alabama–you are qualified to join.
What are the benefits of being a member of the Civic Association?
In addition to your direct role in helping to preserve the neighborhood, your dues allow you to become more involved in Civic Association business. According to Lancaster Place Bylaws, only current dues-paying members may vote in officer elections or for other matters that come before the Civic Association.
How much does it cost to join the Civic Association?
Dues for 2012 are $45 / household.