Successes & Accomplishments
Burnt Store Right-of-Way Committee formed in 2004 at the request of the NWNA is ongoing today. Several NWNA members represent our interests on this road widening project. Safety modifications of the original design were added at the request of the NWNA. Membership is periodically informed as construction progresses from 2016 until completion.
NWNA’s driving force in September 2004 led to the creation and design of a new Land Use classification in 2004 known as a Commercial Activity Center.
Six miles of bike lanes installed on selected four-lane roads west of Burnt Store Road during July 2005 are enjoyed today as a result of NWNA’s direct involvement with the City. Additional reallocation and repainting of walking lanes and biking areas were added in 2017.
NWNA established its Development Review Committee during January 2006 to monitor and oversee prospective development projects and proposed changes encompassing Land Use and Zoning District classifications within NWNA’s boundaries.
Direct efforts and substantial contribution by the NWNA during the height of construction led to the ‘Construction Site Trash Management’ Ordinance in March 2007 which continues to be enforced today. Dumpsters or trash containers are required at all new building sites.
Dedication of Joe Stonis Park during January 2008 was the direct result of NWNA’s substantial lobbying. Our Parks Committee was a driving force in the park’s design.
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NWNA’s accomplishments and continuous oversight of commercial development represents the cornerstone of our mission. Since 2004, it has been our practice to get involved early in commercial activity affecting our neighborhoods to assure that our feedback and recommendations are part of the City’s planning and decision-making process. A short-list of our undertakings includes:
Ongoing oversight of the North Spreader Canal System, the Executive RV Park planning, and the future of the proposed Seven Islands development..
Environment Committee completed median landscaping projects during 2012 on Embers and Tropicana Parkways west of Burnt Store Road.
NWNA is an ongoing sponsor for the Annual Trash Bash (spring clean-up) at Burnt Store Road Boat Ramp. It is a great opportunity to meet your neighbors.
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NWNA was the driving force behind the paving of 29 miles of roads in the north west during 2015 and 2016. Unpaved roads were inventoried by the NWNA and submitted to the City.
At NWNA’s continued surveying, lobbying, and requests, the City reinstituted a dredging program in 2015 to restore depth to the Spreader and side canals to allow safe passage of our boating community.