Neighbourhood Associations

Neighbourhood Associations (NA's) are volunteer committees that work in cooperation with the City of Brantford to improve the quality of life in their community. Each NA organizes and promotes recreation and leisure to area residents.

There are currently 24 active NA's in the city offering a variety of activities:

View the Neighbourhood Associations boundary map.

Leaf and snow removal program

The Neighbourhood Alliance of Brantford has partnered with the City of Brantford to provide neighbours in need of help raking leaves and/or shovelling snow with neighbouring volunteers. If you, or someone you know, is a senior (65 or older) or has a medical condition or disability and needs help, or you are someone willing to volunteer your time or in need of community service hours, you can send your Neighbourhood Association a message through their Facebook page using the links provided below, email or call 519-759-4150 ext.5070.

Play in the Park program

Kids got the winter blahs? Kids ages 8 and over are invited to bundle up and join us for some outdoor wintery fun in one of our City's beautiful parks! Activities will be based on the weather and the interests of those attending the program. Fun activities may include ice-skating, winter tag, flag football, snow games and more! Tag us on social media using the hashtag #PlayinthePark

Drop by Saturdays from January 13 to February 17, 2024 to one of the following locations: 

  • Pleasant Ridge Park (20 Elderwood Avenue) from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
  • Donegal Park (70 Donegal Drive) from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
  • Cedarland Park (160 Ashgrove Avenue) from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
  • Anne Good Park (50 Allensgate Drive) from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

You can email questions to or by calling Maegen at 519-759-4150 ext.5070.

Active Neighbourhood Associations

View the Neighbourhood Associations boundary map.

How to get involved in a local Neighbourhood Association
Neighbourhood Association members play a very big role in the success of a healthy and vibrant community. It is as simple as becoming a member or volunteering to help with programs and special events. You can also ask about becoming a member of your NA's executive committee. It will give you a chance to get to know your neighbours and have your voice heard. Call us at 519-759-4150, ext. 5070 for more information on how to volunteer for a Neighbourhood Association. 
How to start a neighbourhood association
If your area does not have an NA and you would like to learn more, call us or email us. You can apply and fill out our application form.

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