Membership into the Waldo Tower Neighborhood Association is available to renters, as well as homeowners. The numerous benefits for our members are listed in detail below.
It's easy to join or renew online!
Membership is available to anyone, whether or not you live within our boundaries. Our western boundary extends along Wornall Road from Gregory Blvd. to the north side of 85th Street, the eastern boundary runs along Troost from Gregory Blvd. to 79th Street and runs along Holmes from 79th Street to the north side of 85th Street.
Join or Renew Now: $25
Plus $1.75 processing fee.
Want to mail a check?
Download our printable form and mail it with your payment.
Senior Citizens age 55 and older pay reduced rate: $20
Plus $1.75 processing fee.
Benefits of Membership
Discount Card to Local Businesses
Our Discount Card is well worth the cost of membership alone. The year-long discounts offered are updated each year and offers a huge selection your favorite Waldo Neighborhood establishments. Take a look at all of the discounts this card has to offer!
Dumpster Day in the Spring and Fall
Twice a year, we use our membership funds to rent 3-4 dumpsters for about four hours to allow members to bring anything except hazardous waste, tires and appliances. Many residents enjoy helping each other with cleaning out their garages, basements and sheds and sometimes make multiple trips on one day!
This event takes place at the South-Broadland Presbyterian Church, 7850 Holmes Rd.
There will be dumpsters for yard and garden debris and big trash items. No special bundling of yard and garden waste is necessary. This is on a first come, first served basis. Once the dumpsters are filled, they will be closed.
Your membership also allows us to provide
An online website which serves as a resource for residents in the Waldo Community.
An online newlsetter to quickly notify residents of important Waldo community news and alerts.
The ability to provide General Neighborhood Meetings every other month with guest speakers and a way to convey important neighborhood news to people who do not have a computer.
The ability to create informational town hall events which seek to inform the public about important issues including ballot issues and city-wide civic issues.
The ability to create other community engagement events such as our annual picnic and movie night at Tower Park and the multiple Happy Hour events we have planned.
The ability to provide telephone alerts to residents who sign up for them.
The ability to create a visible presence in the area such as the Waldo Fall Festival and other community-wide events.
The ability to quickly organize and provide assistance to those in the community who are in need.
The ability to purchase items that will help with our civic duties such as trash bags for neighborhood cleanup efforts or lawn bags for the rain garden clean up.
Quick access to Neighborhood Advocates to help with any issues at City Hall. The larger our membership and the more active our residents, the more our city listens to us and responds when we contact them.
Involvement in your community brings you closer to your neighbors. Our activities are intended to create a way for neighbors to get to know each other and to build a network with each other block, by block, using online tools and old-fashioned resources, only a mix of all technologies can really be successful.