About GGNA

The Greater Glenwood Neighborhood Association, also known as GGNA, is a neighborhood association open to property owners, residents, renters, business owners, clergy of faith-based groups in Glenwood, and friends of the neighborhood. GGNA is registered as a non-profit group with the State of North Carolina. No dues or fees are collected at the monthly association meetings, however, donations are welcome to help pay for special events in our community and to help offset printing and mailing costs associated with the Glenwood Trolley, the quarterly newsletter mailed to Glenwood residents. Greater Glenwood includes Glenwood, Silver Run, and Piedmont Heights. View a neighborhood map here.

GGNA is a great way to meet your neighbors and keep current on issues affecting Glenwood. GGNA promotes the betterment of Glenwood and is an avenue to help residents participate in making Glenwood the best neighborhood it can be. It is also a way to bring issues (about Glenwood) both good and bad to an open forum to discuss solutions. We have a very diverse neighborhood, which we are very proud of.  Often, opinions differ, however, we try to remain respectful of each other.  It is this diversity that makes Glenwood the unique neighborhood that it is..

We welcome you to attend our monthly meeting which is held on the 1st Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Glenwood Recreation Center located at 2010 Coliseum Blvd.

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