About Ingram Hills Neighborhood Association
A volunteer organization in every sense of the word, the members of IHNA live up to their motto, “Working Together With Neighborhood Pride.”
In Ingram Hills, we know that being neighborly doesn’t stop at a morning wave from the driveway or nod at church. Our members watch out for each other’s safety, health, welfare, and properties day-in and day-out.
This vigilance has paid off with many examples of solidarity in the face of adversity, crimes thwarted, people helped and community projects completed.
Founded in January, 1988, our association is duly registered and officially recognized by Federal, State, County and City Governmental bodies.
Do I need to own my home?
You need not be a homeowner to become a member and membership is 100% voluntary. All that is required is good will toward your neighbors and a spirit of teamwork to get things done.
Through the years, IHNA has participated in local government to ensure that healthy commerce is supported while taking steps to preserve property values.
- Neighborhood Conservation District
- Ingram Hills Neighborhood Master Plan (9Mb)
- Zoning Plan
- Articles of Incorporation
Board of Directors
The following are the five elected officials as described in the IHNA Bylaws.
- Vice President