The Upper Audubon Association (UAA) is a neighborhood association with a vision of maintaining and improving quality of life and property values. The boundaries of the organization are St. Charles Avenue to the Mississippi River and Audubon Park to both sides of Broadway Street and includes approximately 400 addresses. Our active neighborhood association is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Information on the Board and Officers can be found under the Organization tab.
UAA has a membership category with annual fees of $25. In the past, UAA's main focus has been to provide security to the UAA residents and their property. In November 2008 the voters of the district voted to assess a fee to provide 24 hour patrol in the area. Greater detail on the Upper Audubon Security District can be found under the Security Tab.
UAA typically holds an annual meeting in May and an annual Picnic in October. Go to the Meetings tab to find out about upcoming events. Additionally we have many other initiatives that are outlined in the various committees. Crucial to our organization is effective communications. We attempt to keep our residents informed via regular emails and our website.
Two features on our website focus on resident communications. Our Message Board allows residents to post messages on any topic including lost and found, security issues and general information. Also, the contact page allows residents to provide feedback to the Board concerning neighborhood related issues. You are encouraged to use both to help in improving the UAA neighborhood.