This is the web site of the Glenbrook Neighborhood Association. Our association represents the interests of the residents of Glenbrook. Overall, our objectives relate to beautification and improvement of our streets and public areas.
The "Historical and Architectural Resources Inventory" of Glenbrook will be introduced to the public by project historian Rachel D. Carley on Thursday evening, September 14, 7 – 9 p.m. The venue is Grace Evangelical Free Church, 241 Courtland Ave., located on the border of the "Courtland Terrace" subdivision (early 1900s) that Ms. Carley's report recommends for inclusion on the National Registry of Historic Places as a historic district. Park behind the building and enter the basement four steps down from the parking lot.
GNA's next quarterly meeting will take place on Wednesday, September 20, 7:30 – 8:30 pm, at the Glenbrook Community Center. All candidates in the November 7 election for city and state offices have been invited to introduce themselves, present a short statement, and stay afterwards to meet you and answer your questions.
GNA has launched our 19th program year's membership drive. If you have not renewed your membership – or would like to become a member for the first time – please download membership forms for individual residents ($10) or local businesses ($25). Most of our work in Glenbrook – such as the street tree program, the sidewalk planters, and the annual newsletter mailed to every 06906 address – is funded by dues and contributions.
Click here to go to the Membership page.
Click here to view photos and minutes from the June 21 Annual Meeting.