Munjoy Hill Neighborhood Organization

Welcome to the Munjoy Hill Neighborhood Organization!

Community, Connections, Continuity ~ since 1979

We are a 501c3 membership organization made up of dedicated citizens who are passionate about keeping Munjoy Hill safe, vibrant, diverse and fun. Since 1979 we've been building community and providing leadership to the neighborhood by organizing and hosting activities such as workshops and public meetings about growth and development in the neighborhood, candidate forums for local elections, neighborhood clean-up days, and casual potlucks.

The Munjoy Hill Neighborhood Organization also publishes the Munjoy Hill Observer, a free community newspaper devoted to informing, educating and entertaining residents of the Hill.

We value diversity and community engagement. That's why we encourage you to become a member -- or join our board! Invest in your future -- join the Munjoy Hill Neighborhood Organization today.

April Stools Day & Community Cleanup

April 25, 2015

Join Friends of Eastern Promenade and MHNO on Saturday, April 25th for the 23rd annual April Stools Day & Community Cleanup! Meet at Hill House (92 congress street) at or before 9am for coffee, tea and goodies, or stop by any of our hub stations along the Eastern Promenade (Cleeves Monument, Cutter Street, East End Beach, and more) between 9am-noon. Supplies will be provided, including gloves, bags, pooper picker-uppers, and a free coffee token for Coffee By Design. Volunteers who find the 8 "Golden Turds" will be awarded $25 gift certificates to local pet supply stores Pet Life and The Fish & Bone! In the spirit of spring cleanup, AARP Maine and Portland Recreation will be providing a document shredding truck at East End Community School from 1pm-3pm. We hope to see our neighbors, pet parents, and children out for this year’s 23rd annual April Stools Day! Click here for more information.

58 Fore Street Redevelopment Member Survey Results

April 01, 2015

On March 23rd, the MHNO issued an online survey to members in an effort to gauge sentiment regarding the current phase of the 58 Fore Street redevelopment proposal (the proposed rezoning). The core results are summarized here, followed by a brief section addressing some key respondent questions and comments. A copy of the letter forwarded to the Mayor and members of the City Council by MHNO President Andrea Myhaver on behalf of the MHNO is available here. Thanks to everyone who participated in this survey!

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