Sanger Heights Neighborhood Association
Unique Characteristics & Amenities:
Sanger-Heights is one of Waco's oldest neighborhoods, and remains one of the most diverse and attractive locations in the city. From the tree-lined, historic Colcord Avenue to the award-winning "Street of Dreams" on 15thstreet, something exciting is definitely happening in Sanger-Heights these days. Go for a jog around Seley Park, grab a burger at the World Cup Cafe - voted Waco's best new restaurant (right on our boundary), or browse one-of-a-kind antiques at Show & Tell; there is something for everyone here in this unique urban village.
Meeting Schedule & Location:
General Membership Meetings are currently held on the 2nd Monday of every odd numbered month - 6 p.m. at the Art Forum of Waco (1826 Morrow Avenue).
Sanger Heights was the first Neighborhood Association organized by residents in Waco. Past activities include spearheading the City of Waco's first neighborhood recycling and "Citizens on Patrol" programs, as well as helping to create Waco Charter School - a TEA "recognized" school, and NeighborWorks Waco - one of Waco's leading community development organizations. It is our collective vision that Sanger-Heights remain a diverse, vibrant place that welcomes people from all backgrounds and income-levels to invest their resources into making it the premier urban neighborhood in Waco.
Purpose of NA:
Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association's purpose is to engage, unite, and mobilize neighborhood
Arthur (Art) Huron
residents and stakeholders to make Sanger-Heights a neighborhood of choice where people want to live, work, and play.
The membership of Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association recently adopted five strategic goals for the next 12-24 months, as follows:
- developing a distinctive, positive neighborhood image,
- creating constructive relationship-building experiences among neighbor
- raising our area’s visibility within the Realtor community,
- attracting more businesses that improve the neighborhood, and
- working with the City of Waco on code enforcement.
While membership in the Association is open to anyone who has an interest in the goals of the Association, voting membership is for anyone living or operating a business within the neighborhood boundaries. Annual dues are $15 for individuals, $25 for households and non-profits, or $50 for businesses. To become a member, send our Treasurer a check made out to Sanger-Heights Neighborhood Association (write membership dues in the memo line).
President - Arthur Huron 755-0276
1826 Morrow Ave. Waco TX 76707
Vice President – Barbara Bridgewater
Secretary – Alexis Christianson
Treasurer – Vicky Weathers
At Large Director – Dustin Morrow