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8 Reasons to Join Cleveland Park Citizens Association… TODAY!

  1. The Cleveland Park Citizens Association is your organization. As a member, you can make your voice heard and help preserve and improve our neighborhood.
  2. Are you concerned about unfair tax policies, parking and traffic problems, school and library funding, police and fire safety issues, neighborhood shopping diversity, looming development threats?. At our monthly meetings you’ll find out what’s really going on — and you can have an impact.
  3. We meet conveniently in the Cleveland Park Library at Connecticut and Macomb Street. 50 years ago, CPCA raised the money for the wing where we and other groups meet.
  4. The DC Federation of Civic Associations recently voted us “Outstanding Citizens Association of the Year.”
  5. There is no better way to meet your neighbors, and talk with local leaders and city officials who make the city run and work for you.
  6. Our new website is your 24-hour service and news link to much that’s going on in your neighborhood.
  7. Our dues are low – for a reason. We want to broadly represent this community. We remain DC’s best bargain in democracy. Whether or not you come to meetings, your membership greatly strengthens the Association’s voice before city officials on important civic issues.
  8. It’s easy to join. Just use on online membership form, or download this membership form, fill it out and mail it with your check.

Associate Membership

If you live outside our boundaries, you are welcome to join as a non-voting associate member. This allows you to support CPCA, to join our listserv, to receive our monthly letter and notices of meetings, and to follow issues of concern to the Cleveland Park neighborhood.