Devers Area NA (Also known as Fireside)
If you are looking for a small town feel with single family homes, tree lined streets, backyard patios and sidewalks, then Devers’ is the place for you. Neighboring a major route, the convenience of this area should not be underestimated.
Contact Info- Kevin Lenkner, firstname.lastname@example.org
Doctors Row NA
This neighborhood gets its’ name from all of the medical professionals who lived and had working practices in the large Victorian homes that line West Market St. After they left the city, most of these houses were converted into single family residences with gorgeous tucked away backyards.
Contact Info- Larry Homsher, email@example.com
Downtown East NA
Founded in 1959, DownTown East is York’s oldest neighborhood association. The neighborhood is a wonderful mix of historic residential and commercial buildings. The neighborhood includes many important York properties including the Yorktowne Hotel, York Water Company, Martin Memorial Library, York County Heritage Trust, YWCA, and several major churches.
Contact Info- Joe Jefcoat, firstname.lastname@example.org
East Side NA
The East Side neighborhood takes you out on E. Market St towards the city limits. This area is very close to a populated area of York where amenities are easy to locate. A variety of housing is available in this area, semi detached, single family brick homes and plenty of others.
Historic Newton Square NA
Close enough to walk to everything downtown, but yet hidden away off the major streets, this neighborhood is exactly as described; a historic square of brick homes with a fascinating history. Steps away are York’s oldest farmers markets, fine dining and schools for children of every age.
Contact Info- Deb Bell, email@example.com
Locust Street Association
The Locust Street neighborhood is a unique tree lined street tucked away from the hustle and bustle featuring beautifully colored row homes. These homes were all renovated from top to bottom in the 1990’s and are complete with all of the modern amenities. The street is small but the charm is overwhelming.
Contact Info- Judy Fry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Is an emerging area that has within it’s borders the Downtown East NA and the Olde Towne East NA. From within this neighborhood, which has the Sovereign Bank Stadium and the new LIVE recording studio and technology center, you can easily walk to a game or visit all of the establishments downtown including the Martin Memorial Library. You have a grocery store and other shops at the Yorktowne Shopping Center, as well as the Goode Elementary School, all of which lend themselves to a healthy, pedestrian lifestyle.
Contact Info- Chrystal Sexton McEachin, email@example.com
This neighborhood association is currently reorganizing.
Olde Town East
This community renaissance neighborhood is full of historic brick townhomes. Just blocks east of downtown, the 19th century neighborhood includes several major through fares of the city. The Olde Town East neighborhood was the first recipient of an Elm Street grant under Pennyslvania’s community development program.
Contact Info- Randy Grove, firstname.lastname@example.org
This area has recently seen some great changes. The YMCA and the York Redevelopment Authority have completed total renovations on 11 homes. There are 5 newly built houses providing modern affordable homes for newcomers. Within easy walking distance there are a number of parks, churches and Lincoln Charter School and New Hope Academy. Shiloh Baptist Church even has a day care center. Dentsply and York International factories are within an easy walk and are great places to work.
Contact- Paulette Hawkins, email@example.com
Springdale features street blocks reminiscent of something seen out of “This Old House”, no one house is the same and each has its own glorious features. The wide tree lined streets, beautifully manicured lawns and traffic circles make this one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city.
Contact Info- Ben Moylan, firstname.lastname@example.org
This neighborhood borders York College to the south and Springdale to the east. This area consists of row homes, duplexes and some of York’s delightful one of a kind mansion homes. It is an easy walk to all of the public events held at the college. Living here places you close to the Rail Trail, Penn Park and easy access to Route 83. The Southwest Neighborhood is a lovely place to call home.
Contact Info- Michael Black, email@example.com
The Avenues NA
The streets of this grid like neighborhood were built by the city’s industrialists, boasting the most architectural variety of any other city neighborhood. The combination of housing types, wide tree lined streets, large lots and generous setbacks make the Avenues a very desirable location.
Contact Info-Mary Ann Bacas, firstname.lastname@example.org
Veterans Memorial Park NA
This area encompasses an eclectic selection of homes within the boundaries of Jackson, Queen, Rathton and Edgar Streets. We represent a 90% owner-occupied collection of uniquely manicured yards and gardens; the residents of this area have adopted the Memorial Park and its campus as their own. We are also home to the Reid Menzer skateboard park and will soon share in the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Star Garden.
Contact Info- Carol Hill-Evans, email@example.com
West Bank NH Improvement Assn Inc
This association covers a rather large area, and within its borders are the Salem Square, Doctors Row and Historic Newton Square neighborhood associations. The geographic area covered contains many types of housing from newly renovated homes to homes that need some TLC. The focus of the West Bank Improvement Association is to help improve the lives of those living within its borders.
Contact Info- Phyllis Dowling, firstname.lastname@example.org
West Philadelphia Street NA
The West Philadelphia Street neighborhood begins west of the Codorus Creek, featuring homes of mixed architecture, many dating from the 1800s. There are a variety of small businesses scattered along the half mile stretch, and many large businesses that occupy the anchor Susquehanna Commerce Center. Nearby amenities include many restaurants, churches, the York YMCA, Foundry Plaza (the Boat Basin) and is a short walk from the main section of the downtown business district.
Contact Info- Julie Kemper Kunkle, email@example.com
Here is the place where you can live, play and work without ever leaving your neighborhood. Restaurants, Central Market, symphony, library, art, music, churches and shopping are all a short walk away from your home. Beautiful skylines and homes that vary from historical townhouses to condos and lofts that fit any budget or lifestyle are all here.
Contact Info- Marilyn Hake, firstname.lastname@example.org