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  • What does the BNPC do?
    The BNPC non-profit board implements the approved written Barrio neighborhood plan, which contains 19 goals and 36 strategies to revitalize this neighborhood. The plan was approved by the City Council in April 2018.
  • Who runs the BNPC?
    The BNPC consists of 12 board members who meet quarterly to discuss the neighborhood plan and work on three projects in motion. Please check the Calendar on the Homepage for the meeting dates.
  • What are the three projects in motion?
    Barrio Pocket Park at 918 S. Houston 10 Ave. Streetscape Start a New Business Classes March 1st, April 1st, May 1st, June 1st at 6pm at AmTech
  • How may I get involved?
    Please complete a volunteer or board member application on our new website and submit it. The BNPC board will review it and contact you by phone.
  • Which volunteer opportunities are currently available?
    You can help with fundraising efforts to fund the Barrio Neighborhood Pocket Park.
  • What is the 10th Avenue streetscape?
    It is our second project in motion, which consists of the following revitalization: ADA accessible sidewalks, bike lane, decorative street lamps, cedar elm trees, crosswalks, bus stop benches.
  • What was the purpose of installing the Welcome to El Barrio street toppers and oval signs?
    We want to invite everyone to visit our neighborhood, especially visitors. 50 colorful street toppers and nine oval signs were installed in December 2020 by the City of Amarillo. Generous sponsors paid for the street toppers and the BNPC paid for the oval signs.
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