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Sample Mission Statements

We have drafted some sample mission statements for the neighborhood association and would appreciate your feedback:

Please review the attached mission statement options and let us know if you have any suggested revisions or preferences. We welcome your insights as we aim to craft a mission statement that represents the values and objectives of our community.

If one of the samples resonates with you as effectively capturing the purpose of the association, please indicate which one you favor.  If none of the statements works for you please send your suggestion for the Mission Statement.

Your input will be invaluable as we finalize the mission statement for the neighborhood association. Please send any feedback or selections to by September 22.

We appreciate you taking the time to help us choose a meaningful mission statement for our organization. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Statement 1

"At the Mission Grove Neighborhood Association, our mission is to cultivate a vibrant, inclusive, and connected community that thrives on collaboration, respect, and shared responsibility.

We are dedicated to:

Community Unity: Fostering a sense of unity among our residents, where every voice is heard, every perspective is respected, and every neighbor is valued.

Neighborhood Enhancement: Striving for the continual improvement and beautification of our neighborhood, ensuring it remains a desirable and welcoming place to live.

Information Sharing: Providing timely and relevant information to our residents, empowering them to make informed decisions about our community's future.

Advocacy: Serving as a collective voice to advocate for the needs and aspirations of our neighborhood with local authorities and organizations.

Cultural Enrichment: Celebrating and embracing the diversity of our community by promoting cultural exchange, education, and understanding.

Environmental Stewardship: Committing to sustainable practices and the preservation of our natural surroundings, promoting a healthy environment for current and future generations.

Neighborly Support: Offering a helping hand to those in need, building a network of support and friendship among our residents.

Engaged Citizenship: Encouraging active participation and civic engagement among our neighbors to create a thriving and responsible community.

Through our unwavering dedication to these principles, we aspire to create a Mission Grove that is not just a place to live, but a place where neighbors come together to create a true sense of belonging, opportunity, and well-being for all."

This mission statement guides our actions and initiatives as we work together to make Mission Grove a better place for everyone.

Statement 2

The Mission Grove Neighborhood Association brings together the community to preserve, protect, and promote the quality of life for all residents.


We aim to build neighborhood awareness, safety, and pride by providing a forum for residents to get informed, connected, and involved.


Through open communication, education, community service, and civic participation, we strive to tackle issues, improve neighborhood conditions, and advocate for the greater good of the community.


Our commitment is to an engaged, active, and unified neighborhood that cares for all families and fosters partnerships to shape the future we envision.

Statement 3

The Mission Grove Neighborhood Association is a community organization dedicated to making Mission Grove a safe, welcoming, and thriving place to live. We work to improve the quality of life for all residents by:

  • Fostering communication and cooperation among neighbors

  • Advocating for the needs of the neighborhood to local government

  • Promoting beautification and economic development

  • Providing opportunities for community engagement and recreation

We believe that a strong and active neighborhood association is essential to building a vibrant and sustainable community. We invite all residents to get involved and help us make Mission Grove the best it can be.

Here are some specific examples of how the Mission Grove Neighborhood Association can achieve its mission:

  • Organize regular neighborhood meetings to keep residents informed about important issues and events

  • Work with the city to improve safety by installing more street lights and speed bumps

  • Plant trees and flowers to beautify the neighborhood

  • Promote local businesses and events to attract new residents and visitors

  • Organize community cleanups and volunteer projects

The Mission Grove Neighborhood Association is a valuable resource for all residents. By getting involved, you can help make Mission Grove a better place to live, work, and raise a family.

Statement 4

At Mission Grove Neighborhood Association, our mission is to foster a vibrant and inclusive community where residents thrive, connect, and make a positive impact.


We are dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for all residents by promoting safety, unity, and engagement.


Through our collaborative efforts, we strive to preserve the unique character of Mission Grove while advocating for the interests and needs of our diverse community.


Together, we can build a neighborhood that is welcoming, sustainable, and filled with opportunities for growth and happiness. Join us in shaping a brighter future for Mission Grove!

Statement 5

The Mission Grove Neighborhood Association (MGNA) is a community-based organization that promotes public participation in City governance and decision-making processes to ensure that government is more responsive to local needs.

We do this by:

  • Bridging the gap between our stakeholders and local government

  • Engaging the broad spectrum of MGNA stakeholders for collaboration and deliberation on matters affecting the community

  • Working to achieve the objectives or projects that the MGNA desires to support

  • Monitoring and promoting the delivery of City services within Mission Grove

  • Promoting MGNA stakeholder participation and advocacy in City government decision-making processes

  • Promoting greater awareness of and achieving maximum utilization of available resources

  • Being an advocate for the MGNA community to government and private agencies

  • Presenting to the Mayor and the City Council a list of MGNA priorities for the City budget

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