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Old West Durham Neighborhood Association

City: Durham

State: NC

Zip Code: 27705

Web Site: http://www.owdna.org

We are a group of neighborhood residents working together to strengthen the sense of community in Old West Durham and to preserve and enhance the quality of life in OWD. Our neighborhood stretches from Broad Street west to Hillandale Road and from Englewood Avenue south to the Durham Freeway. The area around Erwin Mills, Ninth Street and the old mill village is listed on the National Register of Historic Districts.

OWDNA has been honored by the Historic Preservation Society of Durham, Preservation North Carolina, the Library of Congress, the Herald-Sun’s “Durham Grit” award, and the Independent Weekly’s “Citizen Award” (for “tireless dedication to making our community a better place to live”).

Any resident of Old West Durham can join and support their neighborhood association by sending a $5 check (made out to “OWDNA”) to Kate Hayden at 2306 Green Street, Durham 27705. If you have any questions about Old West Durham, please contact OWDNA President Brett Walters at brett@owdna.org.

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