Category: neighborhood groups

We Appreciate Your Generous Support

Your Donation Matters “TRIP rents apartments at affordable prices.” “Really? I thought TRIP helps people become homeowners.” “No, TRIP is about rehabbing old, unmarketable homes and making them useable again.” “Hmm, I thought TRIP supported neighborhood leaders and associations.” Many people don’t know that TRIP does all of the above…… Read more »

Interested in Making a Difference? Volunteers Needed!

TRIP is seeking volunteers to help with an exciting new project!  In partnership with neighborhood groups and the city, we will be undertaking a community survey in part of North Central Troy to determine the level of community spirit, the advantages and disadvantages of the neighborhood, and the physical condition… Read more »

Troy Neighborhoods Action Council Meeting Feb. 13th

All are welcome!! Wednesday, February 13th, 6 -7:30pmAt The Hill Street Inn, 202 4th St, Troy “I always look forward to our TNAC meetings. It’s great to get together with other community leaders from different areas, from South Troy to the ‘Burgh, which we try to do four times a… Read more »

TNAC Meeting Feb. 13th, 6pm

Troy Neighborhoods Action Council (TNAC) Meeting Wednesday, February 13th, 6-7:30 PM The Hill Street Inn on 202 4th Street All are welcome!!  Come share and hear: – Neighborhood associations’ winning strategies – (Re)Imagining Troy project – What’s the Troy Vacant Properties Workgroup doing? – Getting Involved with a “Drug-Free Community”… Read more »

Statewide Neighborhood Revitalization Conference: Strengthening Neighborhoods Strengthens New York

The first annual Statewide Neighborhood Revitalization Conference is almost here! Will you be there? On September 21st and 22nd, Troy will host this grassroots community event bringing in neighborhood advocates from all over New York State. The conference will be held at Russell Sage College in Troy. On Friday night, mingle… Read more »

Statewide Neighborhood Revitalization Conference, Featuring James Kunstler and Alan Mallach

On September 21st and 22nd, Troy will hold the first annual Statewide Neighborhood Revitalization Conference, a grassroots effort to share information about community-building efforts throughout New York State. The conference will be held at Russell Sage College in Troy. Things will kick off on Friday evening, Sept. 21st, with a free, open… Read more »

Troy’s National Night Out

Police-community solidarity brought out the crowds last Tuesday, August 7th. Troy celebrated National Night Out with plenty of food and fun while educating residents about the importance of coming together against crime. The North Troy event was held at the 10th Street pocket park and offered important community information as… Read more »

Call for Authors: “Troy’s Treasures” Column

What makes Troy special to you? Share your story through the “Troy’s Treasures” column! Do you have a “Troy’s Treasure” to share?  Let us know! This column — which promotes positive neighborhood news, events, history, people, etc — is published in the Troy Record every other Sunday. If you would like… Read more »