Vineville Neighborhood Association is an active organization open to all residents of the Vineville Historic District and to anyone interested in the preservation of the area as an economic and social asset of Macon. Founded in 1978, the VNA was responsible for collecting the necessary data on neighborhood homes for consideration as an historic district by the U.S. Department of the Interior’s National Register of Historic Places. The neighborhood achieved this status in 1980.
Our association covers an area that stretches roughly from the Georgia Academy for the Blind on Vineville Avenue to I-75 and from the Midtown Kroger on Pio Nono Avenue to Ingleside Avenue. Elected board members reside in and represent all areas of the neighborhood. Committee volunteers dedicate time, interest, and effort into outreach and social activities.
Currently, the VNA has several objectives:
-To welcome new residents to the neighborhood and make them feel included
-To protect the integrity of the neighborhood and ensure it is a safe and wonderful place to live
-To host social activities to allow neighbors to get to know each other and build a sense of community
-To publish a bimonthly newsletter to inform members about current neighborhood issues, initiatives, and upcoming events
-To promote the Vineville Historic District area as a special place to live in Macon
Dec 2 - Dec 3, 2017