East Buckeye Neighborhood

Welcome to the East Buckeye Neighborhood


East Buckeye Neighborhood Association's (EBNA) purpose is to serve the residents of the East Buckeye Neighborhood by providing information in a timely matter as EBNA board members receive it. Working with our elected city alderperson, county supervisor, state representatives, and city/county staff on neighborhood issues. Organizing events to build a sense of community, raising funds for newsletters and events to make the neighborhood a better place for ourselves and our children.


We can't do it alone. What is one neighborhood residents concern, may not be another residents concern just one block away! We ask that if you have a concern, please get involved and assist us. EBNA has resources and together it may get resolved.


Did You Know


* EBNA consists of 770 households
* We have approximately 2,700 people
* We cover over 354 acres
* Our borders are the Interstate to the east, E. Buckeye Road to the north and the railroad tracks to the west and south
* The East Buckeye News is published quarterly. Local businesses can advertise in it


Quarterly Neighborhood Meetings - Come Check It Out


Our neighborhood meetings in 2016 are quarterly meetings: March, June, September, December. They take place at the east side police station located on Cottage Grove Road. The meetings start at 6:30 p.m.. These meeting are open to everyone in the East Buckeye Neighborhood. So please join us.


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Please fill out form below - we can add you to our email list to send you information about things happening in your neighborhood.

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