Founded in 1959, West Mt. Airy Neighbors (WMAN) is the city’s Registered Community Organization (RCO) serving a footprint of Germantown Avenue to the east, Wissahickon Creek to the west, Cresheim Creek to the north, and Johnson Street to the south. WMAN was founded to create and sustain West Mt. Airy as a racially integrated community, and remains a community-based volunteer organization committed to preserving and enhancing the quality of life in its richly diverse urban neighborhood.
Founded in 1966, East Mt. Airy Neighbors (EMAN) is the city’s Registered Community Organization (RCO) serving a footprint of Germantown Avenue on the west, Stenton Avenue on the east, Cresheim Valley Drive on the north, and Washington Lane on the south. EMAN’s mission is to make a good community better—through partnerships, problem-solving, and promoting projects and public improvements that encourage positive community development.
Mt. Airy BID
Founded in 2007, the Mt. Airy Business Improvement District (BID) serves to clean and green Mt. Airy’s commercial corridor. The BID’s goal is to use the property owners’ assessments in a fiscally responsible manner to improve Germantown Avenue through trash cleanup and beautification with planters and pocket parks from Washington Lane in the south to Cresheim Valley Drive in the north.