The Irish Channel Neighborhood Association consists of a group of dedicated and concerned neighbors working together toward a better quality of life for all its residents.
The Irish Channel Neighborhood Association (ICNA) was incorporated in 1974 by a group of Irish Channel residents. After a brief hiatus, the organization reformed in 1995 and is active in all areas of neighborhood development and advocacy.
The Irish Channel Neighborhood Association consists of a group of dedicated and concerned neighbors working together with a vision to restore safety and security for all, to respect the diversity of our neighbors, and to work towards a better quality of life for all the residents of the Irish Channel.
Board meetings are held in even-numbered months and are open meetings. General membership meetings are held on the second Wednesday of odd-numbered months at 7:00 PM at the Irish Channel Christian Fellowship Church (rear building) located at 819 First Street, and are open to the public.
ICNA is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit organization as recognized by the IRS Tax Code, since 1974.
ICNA is governed by a Board of Directors and Executive Officers. The Board consists of those elected annually by the members of the Association.
Local Historic District Status:
Initiated on February 7, 2002, by a unanimous vote of the city Council.