Become a Member
The best way to get involved with the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association (RNA) is by becoming a member and signing up for e-mail communications. Your contribution helps the RNA build a community where diverse people can live, work, or play in a Roosevelt with a variety of high quality housing, transportation, businesses, schools, and community spaces for a happy and secure life.
Membership with the RNA comes with voting privileges in Board elections, helps fund community engagement and educational events, includes access to member-only events, and even comes with a free Chinook Book membership! Join now!
Businesses are also invited to become RNA Members! Join the Roosevelt business community to network with fellow businesses, strengthen partnerships with city and regional partners, contribute to the future prosperity of Roosevelt, and engage new customers through RNA events and activities.
Business membership with the RNA comes with voting privileges in Board elections, includes the opportunity for Business Spotlight articles in our blog and newsletter, will see your business logo featured on our home page (sustaining members only), and allows the opportunity for sponsorship of large community events. Join now!
Events and Community Activities
To stay up-to-date with different RNA-sponsored events, activites, and news, sign up for our e-mails. While you’re at it, become a member and help us foster an equitable, happy, and forward-looking Roosevelt.
Do you have an interest in improving your community? Are you looking to connect with your neighbors to support a shared cause? Do you have unique talents or skills that the RNA could benefit from?
If so, consider joining the RNA as a member, receiving our e-mails, or let us know how you’d like to help. You can join the board, contribute to our Land Use Academy events, write content for RNA News and The Roosie, volunteer your time and skills, be a Roosie Blockhead and deliver our newsletters, or help organize community events.
See some of our work in the neighborhood below and get involved with related events by checking out our calendar (links to Land Use, Transportation, Weedin Place, and TOD)