Membership dues for those who wish to join the Historic Jackson Ward Association are $15 per year for individuals and $25 for businesses.
Membership dues entitle the member to vote on all issues that come up for a vote in our meetings and free admittance for you and a guest to our annual
Holiday party. There is a $1 convenience fee for paying dues
online. If you wish to avoid the convenience fee, dues may also be paid in person at HJWA meetings or by mail to our P.O. box. Please use the safe and
secure Pay Pal method below if you choose to pay online with either a credit card or through your Pay Pal account. *Dues paid on or after November 1st
cover HJWA membership for the remainder of the year in which they are paid as well as HJWA membership for the entire following year.
Quick Links to Forms and Documents
HJWA Board of Directors
Janis Allen, President
Gary Flowers, Vice President
Vicki Mollenauer, Treasurer
Zach Jesse, Board Member
Donna Alleyne, Board Member
Lynne Lancaster, Board Member
Janet Armstead, Board Member
Julius Richardson, Board Member
Jay Som, Board Member
Jourdan James, Board Member
David Hahn, Board Member
Angela Wilkes, Board Member
When: The 3rd Saturday in April and the 3rd Saturday in October each year
Time: 8:00 am - 11:30 am
Location: Abner Clay Park
Corner of W. Clay and Brook Rd.
Free breakfast & lots of fun!
Look for our banners displayed in Abner Clay Park and at the corner of Adams & Leigh Streets
the week before each Clean Up Day
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About the Historic Jackson Ward Association
Welcome to the Historic Jackson Ward Association! This community consists of a
diverse set of individuals; students, artists, musicians, faculty and professionals
from all walks of life who recognize and appreciate the experiences that an
urban environment can provide and the unique talents that diversity brings. The Association
is committed to developing an awareness of our history, to preserving a significant Richmond neighborhood,
and to integrating our history into the modern day experience.
We would love to hear from you and have your participation. Please browse the pages of this site and
take a tour back in time. Learn more about the people, the businesses,
and the community that we call Historic Jackson Ward. Contact us with
any feedback or questions that you may have.
On this web site we have provided
Virtual Walking Tours of the streets in the neighborhood as well
as Virtual House Tours that depict the interiors of some of the homes.
It is also extremely important to point out the significant revitalization efforts of
a commercial nature. Before and after images of these efforts can be found on the
page outlining major Renovations in the area. While browsing the site,
you may want to also check out the HJWA Member's Art Gallery
which consists of artwork submitted by members of the Association and community.
An Urban Experience
Nestled downtown in one of American's oldest and most historic cities, Historic Jackson Ward
offers a truly unique urban experience. Step out the doors of an early 1800's home and onto
paver sidewalks that bleed into a modern world. Shadowed by high-rises, yet illuminated by urban
lights, ours is a world of the senses. Listen to the raw sounds that echo down our alleys as
bands prepare for their next big gig or listen as the birds chirp amongst the well-established trees
that line our city blocks. Peer into one of the many art galleries along the Broad Street
Corridor or relax at one of the restaurants or coffee houses.
About the Association
The Historic Jackson Ward Association represents the residents located in the blocks
North of Broad, East of Belvedere, South of I-95, and West of 4th Street.
The association was started in the 1980's and has been very active building relationships with
local law enforcement, city officials, and VCU officials.
The Historic Jackson Ward Association monthly business meetings are held the third Tuesday of every other month at 6:00 PM at the UNOS building,
which is located at the corner of 2nd Street and Clay Street. All are welcome! Membership dues
are $15.00 for individuals and $25.00 for businesses, but you do not have to be a member to attend meetings. So, come
join us and see what's happening in Jackson Ward! If you have any questions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.