To RENEW your membership please enter your email address in the email box in the form below to get started using your existing account.
To join as a NEW MEMBER online please fill out and submit the online form below to create a new account – Welcome!
If you have difficulty logging in, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Your membership in the Faubourg St. John Neighborhood Association helps improve and revitalize historic Faubourg Saint John.
Membership also gives you access to our neighborhood list serve where you can learn important news and information about neighborhood events. (the Google group)
If you have questions about membership in FSJNA, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
– Individual Membership: $20
– Household Membership: $25
The FSJNA Executive Board meeting is the first Tuesday of each month. FSJNA Members are invited to attend all meetings. The FSJNA Board meets every month on the first Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at the Deutsches Haus on Bayou St. John at 1700 Moss.
To find out whether meetings will be held online or in-person, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org
The meetings generally follow the format below:
Committee Reports/Updates/Actions (if any)
• Membership Committee – Update
• Events Committee – Update
• Landscape Committee – Update
• Public Safety – Update
• Zoning Committee – Update
Old Business | Adjournment
FSJNA membership form
Everyone is welcome to attend any and all FSJNA meetings
Only the General Membership meeting agenda will include actions that require a vote of all members. General Membership meetings are held quarterly on the first Tuesday in March, June, September, and December. General Membership meetings begin at 7 pm and are also the Deutsches Haus on Bayou St. John at 1700 Moss
You can find Faubourg St. John on Facebook at:
Do you have a general question about the organization or how you can be included on the agenda for a meeting? Contact our president at email@example.com
Do you have a question about the members-only Google Group for Faubourg St. John? Contact Conrad Abadie at Conrad@conradabadie.com
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