Frequently asked questions
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 8 board members who meet once a month, on Zoom, to discuss the neighborhood plan and work on ten projects in motion. This board began in January 2019. Please check the Calendar on the Homepage for the meeting dates.
What are the ten projects in motion?
10th Avenue lighting project, install a new monument and historical directory at 10th South Arthur Street, improve inadequate alleys between 9th and 10th Avenue and 10th and 11th Avenue, install painted bus stop benches, neighborhood alley and street clean up days twice a year, apply for funding, 3rd Avenue underpass murals, Barrio wellness clinics (closed due to Covid19), and Opportunity Zone.
How may I get involved?
Which volunteer opportunities are currently available?
You can help with fundraising efforts to fund the 10th Avenue Streetscape and help to clean this neighborhood’s alleys and streets in April 2021 and September 2021 on a Saturday for three hours.