Radnor-Winston Improvement Association


Email us at RadnorWinstonAssociation@gmail.com

The Radnor-Winston Improvement Association is a neighborhood membership organization open to every resident of Radnor-Winston. Neighbors provide leadership, coordination of activities, production of quarterly newsletters, and manage a neighborhood listserv and the website. The Association sponsors several community activities throughout the year, including a progressive dinner porch party, a Halloween parade, picnics at our community garden, garage sales, outdoor movies, an annual pancake breakfast, and community association meetings.

Dues are just $15 a year ($10 senior or low-Income), which pays for our newsletter and annual pancake breakfast. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend meetings, serve as a board member or block captain, and contribute energy and ideas for our neighborhood events and improvement projects.


2019 Board Officers
President Dan Pontious
Vice President Michael James
Treasurer Dru Schmidt-Perkins
Secretary Peter Conrad

 

2019 Block Captains
Charter Oak / Norwood South Damian Matthews
Crowson Margaret Crowther & Emily Finton
Radnor Ricky Stinson
Rossiter Kelly Lloyd
Underwood / Whiteford / Notre Dame Harold Morales
Winston Patrick Warner
Woodford & Norwood North Helen Hardesty


Our History

Radnor-Winston is one of a number of early suburban communities developed along the York Road street car line in the early decades of the 20th century, built on land where there had previously been a number of large country estates. Since 2003, Radnor-Winston is on the National Register of Historic Places and boasts a good mix of stand-alone houses and duplexes. Of the approximately 250 homes in the neighborhood, most are frame bungalows and four-squares built in the 1920s, and many retain their charming cedar shingles and Arts and Crafts detailing. Since 1958, the RWIA has been an active volunteer organization with a long history of activism on local issues of concern.


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