About the Association

Who We Are

The Allentown Association traces its roots to the founding of the North Street Association in 1960, which sought to create an appreciation among neighborhood residents for the architectural treasures that exist on every Allentown street. The organization grew quickly to encompass the entire neighborhood and was incorporated in 1963 as the Allentown Association, Inc.

What We Do

Over the years, the Association’s activities on behalf of the neighborhood have varied due to changing circumstances. At times, it has stressed cultural and social activities; at times it has acted as a conduit for low-interest public loans to property owners, other times it has purchased and renovated historic properties. Always it has been a forceful advocate of historic preservation and a vigorous voice for the neighborhood’s interests in the arenas of political power, economic influence and quality of life.

Our Mission

The only purpose of the Allentown Association is to serve its community. It does that through efforts to beautify the neighborhood; to encourage historic preservation and property maintenance; to promote appropriate business development, to fight crime, and to protect and enhance Allentown’s unique urban ambiance.

 

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Board of Directors

Allentown Association 2021 – 2022 Board of Directors

Officers

Patty Macdonald, Interim President
Timothy W. Ashton, Vice President
Rachel Mitchell-Spade, Secretary

Directors

Charlie Goldman
Anne M. Noble
John Santomieri
Nancy Somit
Mickey Harmon

Ex-Officio

Seth Amman
Pete Carroll
Bob Fink
Brian Gould
Gretchan Grobe
Elizabeth Licata
Christopher Poole
Jonathan White