NORTH ENDER OF THE YEAR AWARD
For over 25 years, members of the North End community have been recognized for their contributions and dedication to the North End. The North Ender of the Year Award was first introduced in 1996 by Ed Stewart to honour individuals and groups who have made a significant contribution to the protection and/or enhancement of the North End.
WHO WE ARE
The North End Neighbourhood Association (NENA) strives to help make the North End of Hamilton a wonderful place for everyone to live. We are an open and welcoming group of residents who meet on the first Wednesday of every month to discuss issues and promote community engagement within our neighbourhood.
If you would like to get involved, meet some of your neighbours, and stay informed about all that's happening in the North End please join us for our next monthly meeting*. All are welcome to join! *sign up for our email list to receive zoom links to monthly meetings
WHAT WE DO
NENA promotes various initiatives to help those in our community through events and supporting our local charitable partners. Please see our events page and check our community partners to see how you can get involved.
ENVIRONMENT & CLIMATE CHANGE COMMITTEE
In response to the growing need for urgent climate action at all levels of government, a group of concerned residents and members of the North End Neighbourhood Association formed an Environment and Climate Change committee. It was approved unanimously on Wednesday Feb 20, 2019. See our web page and check out our twitter for news and ways to get involved!
PLANNING AND TRAFFIC COMMITTEE
The NENA Planning and Traffic Committee was formed in 2019 to address the many changes happening in our community and assess their impact on the North End neighbourhood. The committee's goal is to keep NENA members informed about development projects and recommends actions the association and its members can take to have a say in what the future of our community will look and feel like.
"There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about."