“Welcome to the NEW Ardmore Neighborhood Association website. The ANA board is proud to present and use this tool to better serve the community.
It is our mission to help our neighbors and protect our corner of Winston-Salem. We believe this website will help do that and more.
Please browse the new Ardmore.ws and let us know if you are interested in joining the ANA as a member or board member. We would love to work with you as we strive to best serve our neighborhood.”Robert Newman
The New Ardmore.ws
The new website aims to be more nimble, so the ANA can respond better to neighborhood needs and interests.
Through this website and our Facebook page, we welcome neighbors to share ideas and let us know what needs and interests are in Ardmore. We also encourage participation and membership in your Ardmore Neighborhood Association, which represents our special and historic neighborhood.
The ANA is expanding your Board of Directors and invites you to join our efforts. We will soon be setting up virtual “meet and greets,” where you can get to know board members and see where you might fit in.
The ANA is also expanding our events calendar. We will continue to sponsor your favorite events, such as the plant swap, doggie field day, crafts show, and Fourth of July picnic. But new times call for new activities:
- Family Safety Night with your neighborhood police representatives, city councilors, and safety experts (Virtual event)
- Ardmore ArtWalk, a safe stroll through the neighborhood with stops at participating local artists’ properties (Outdoors with spacing at safe distances)
- A safe revamp of our popular neighborhood yard sales
The ANA is committed to making safety a central part of activities. As it happens, these new formats have additional benefits. They save time and money (no babysitter expenses) and help our environment (less travel). Good neighborly fun AND good citizenship.
“I am delighted to offer my strong endorsement of the ANA. This historic neighborhood plays a very important role in not only preserving a link to Winston-Salem’s past, but also demonstrating how a neighborhood association can pivot and adopt to new challenges and opportunities.”Allen Joines
“Congratulations to the Ardmore Neighborhood Association on the launch of your new website and email newsletter! The ANA has served all our neighbors with thoughtful community involvement for decades, and it’s great to see you continuing that welcoming tradition.”Dan Besse
Winston-Salem city council member for the southwest ward