Neighborhood Support

Strong neighborhoods are the building blocks of a vital community.  Harrison Township residents are encouraged to get involved in matters related to their neighborhoods.  Support for their efforts is provided through the Development Department. The department's Director is responsible for working with our neighborhoods and neighborhood associations in a positive and proactive manner.

Currently the residents of over 15 neighborhoods have come together as associations to deal with quality of life issues which affect their immediate area.  In some cases, they've banded together strictly for crime watch.  In others, they also work to promote neighborhood improvement and pride.  In addition to the individual Neighborhood Associations, Harrison Township has the President's Council, which is an independent organization whose members are the Presidents of the recognized Neighborhood Associations in Harrison Township.  For additional information on the President's Council, please click here.

If you are interested in finding out more information about the township's neighborhood association requirements and reviewing the registration documents for starting a new neighborhood association, please click on the below link.  Please contact our offices at 890-5611, if you have any questions regarding the registration form or about additional neighborhood services.   Registration documents may be turned into the Development Office, 5945 N. Dixie Drive, Dayton, Ohio 45414.

Neighborhood Association Standards and Strategies

If you are interested in gauging the interest of your neighbors to see if they would be interested in assisting you organize a new Neighborhood Association, please consider some of the below documents as support when you are walking your neighborhood discussing the possibility of forming a new group.

Neighborhood Survey for possible new Neighborhood Association

Harrison Township Department Contact Information Sheet

If you and your neighbors decide to get a group started and are looking for some educational tools and ideas, please consider clicking on the following links:

National Neighborhood Watch Institute

Please take a moment to see if there is an active neighborhood association in your neighborhood.  Below is a list of some of the active, recognized township neighborhood associations in Harrison Township along with the contact person who will be able to give additional information regarding their association's goals.  Please contact our office to see if there may be a group in your area which may not be listed and may be meeting as a more informal group for their neighborhoods.

These contacts are not to be used for soliciting purposes.

 Group Name
 President  Meeting Schedule 
 Briar Place 
 Catalpa Woods
 Bridget Garcia 
 Teresa Hart
 2nd Tuesday of the month 
 Informal
 Esmeralda  Tom Banks  1st Wednesday
 Fort McKinley/Meadowdale  Keith Rihm  Informal
 Highmeadow  Patty Mathews  Quarterly
 Mayberry  Vicki Lackey  Last Thursday of the month
 Meadows of Catalpa  Evie Darrah  2nd Wednesday of the month
 Merrimac  Joyce Barnes  Last Thursday of the month
 Mumma Estates  Barb Thomas  Informal
 Northridge Community  Josh Engle  3rd Wednesday of the month
 Pinecrest Knolls  Chari Curtis  1st Thursday of the month
 Shiloh  Joanna Bailey  Informal
 Sienna Village  
 Summerville Estates
 Pat Simpson 
 Della Wright
 3rd Tuesday of the month
 1st Tuesday of the month
 Wampler Estates  Earleen James  Quarterly
 Woodway/Rugby  Jane Kronenberger  1st Tuesday of the month

If you have any questions about neighborhood groups, please contact Development Director, Cathi Spaugy at 937-890-5611.