The North Ardmore Civic Association (NACA) was created in 1957, to protect and preserve the quality of life of homeowners in North Ardmore. The Association interacts mainly with Township government, through the Board of Commissioners, the Planning Commission, and the Zoning Hearing Board; and also with the School District, through the Board of School Directors.
Two major direct services to NACA members are the annual Garden Party, held at the home of a member on a Saturday in June, and a printed Directory of Residents, issued in odd-numbered years for distribution at the Garden Party, with a printed supplement in even-numbered years.
Household dues are currently $40 per year. The Association makes annual contributions to the Ardmore Library, the Narberth Ambulance Service, and the Merion Fire Company. In recent years, NACA has retained land use attorneys and environmental engineers to determine ways to mitigate the impact of urban development in Ardmore. NACA also retained a traffic engineer to study our neighborhood and to recommend traffic mitigation measures to protect our neighborhood streets and our safety. Special contributions have also been made to help in the purchase of open space and local parks in the Township.
All NACA members are welcome to attend NACA meetings. The NACA Board meets monthly, usually on the third Monday of the month, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ardmore Presbyterian Church at the corner of Mill Creek Road and Montgomery Ave. An annual meeting with election of officers is held in the fall. NACA members need not be a member of our board to attend meetings, or to help out with one of our standing committees.
Please join us!