Neighborhood Associations

A neighborhood association is a section of a city with a common identity. Neighborhood associations offer a place to meet friends, exchange information, create projects and priorities, propose solutions, and have fun.

A neighborhood association is formed based on the needs and desires of its residents. The association will give residents a forum to discuss common concerns and to brainstorm possible solutions. Some potential outcomes may be: improved street lighting, bike paths, sidewalks, traffic calming devices, parks and open spaces, zoning and land-use planning, park amenities, beautification projects and neighborhood clean-ups. Many neighborhood associations have summer picnics, holiday parties and other special events in order to have fun as well as to keep the lines of communication open with their neighbors.

Recognized neighborhood associations give citizens a voice and an advocate. Neighborhood associations greatly improve the two-way communication between the city and its residents. Your neighborhood will have a clear, organized way to speak to city government so that your voice will be heard by elected officials and city departments. You will be put in touch with people who live near you and share the fondness and frustrations of your area.

Organizing a neighborhood association opens the door to increased participation with your local government. While the City does not officially approve or sanction neighborhood associations, they encourage them and appreciate a collaborative approach to making Beaumont better for everyone.

A map of all active neighborhood associations in Beaumont

1: Acorn

1st Monday of every month- 6:00 p.m.
Location: 255 S. Major (Forest Park Methodist Church – Fellowship Hall) 

Contact- Doug Landry (781-5296) [email protected]


1st Thursday of every month- 6:30 p.m. 
Location: 5290 N. Caldwood Drive (First Christian Church)

Contact- Brian Nepveux (512-502-4963) [email protected]

3: Woodland Acres

2nd Monday of every month- 6:00 p.m.

Location: 7110 Concord (Rosedale Baptist Church)

4: Charlton Pollard

2nd Tuesday of every month- 6:30 p.m.
Location: 1320 Pennsylvania (American Legion Post 33)
Contact- Chris Jones (409-499-9031) 

5: Meadows

3rd Monday of ODD months- 6:30 p.m.

Location: 1455 Dowlen Rd. (Rogers Park Community Center)
Contact- Betty Bass (Cell- 409-283-1400) SECRETARY- Rose Merriman (Cell- 409-860-0755)

6: Old Town

3rd Monday QUARTERLY- 7:00 p.m.
Location: Beaumont Community of Christ (2453 Broadway)

7: Dowlen West

3rd Thursday of every month- 6:30 p.m.

Location: 1455 Dowlen Rd. (Roger’s Park Community Center)
Contact- Wade Adair (409-678-1420) [email protected]

8: North End

4th Monday of every month- 6:30 p.m.

Location: 6525 Bigner Rd. (West Beulah Baptist Church)
Contact: Katherine Campbell (409-835-0721) [email protected]

9: Pear Orchard

4th Thursday of every month- 6:30 p.m.

Location: 4255 Fannett (Theodore Johns Library)
Contact: Jeanette Rideau (409-363-3064) [email protected] 

10: Barrington Heights

Annually in June- 7:00pm

Location: Rogers Park Community Center
Contact: Jennifer Corrao [email protected] (409-898-7610)

11: Westchase

Annually in February- Time TBD

Location: Major Event Center
Contact: Drew Fillips [email protected]

12: Fairfield

Annually in September- Time & Location TBD


DTA (832)364-6880
Contact – [email protected]

13: Hidden Valley

4th Monday of every month- 7:00 p.m. 

Location: 8250 Old Voth Rd (Fire Station #14)
Contact- Pastor Ramsey (409-350-1747) [email protected]

14: Calder Place

Wednesday Quarterly- 6:30 p.m. 


Location: Private Residence TBD
Contact- Jim Love (409-656-6576) [email protected]

15: Tyrrell Park

3rd Thursday of every month- 6:30 p.m. 
Location: 4255 Fannett (Theodore Johns Library) 
Contact Jean Barada (409-454-6010) [email protected]