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 25 active NA's in the city offering a variety of activities:

Active Neighbourhood Associations

  • Branlyn
  • Cedarland
  • Centennial
  • Devon Down
  • Downtown Central
  • Eagle Place
  • East Ward/Echo Place
  • Farringdon Park 
  • Grand Valley Trails
  • Grandwoodlands
  • Hillier Heights
  • Holmedale
  • Lansdowne
  • Mohawk Park
  • Myrtleville
  • Orchard Park
  • Pleasant Ridge
  • Prince Charles
  • Seneca Park
  • Shellard
  • Spring Gardens
  • West Brant
  • Westdale

Get involved

NA 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.

City support

The following help is available to NA's:

  • City staff support
  • facilities
  • facility maintenance
  • funding opportunities
  • promotional support
  • training and workshops
  • volunteer support

Join the conversation

You can follow the NA community on Twitter.