As a member-driven organization, the Fairmount Civic Association is only as strong as the people who choose to be a part of it. That’s why we need you to join today. Your participation will help continue to make Fairmount one of the most popular neighborhoods in the city.
STEP 1: JOIN OUR E-MAIL LIST
To join our e-mail list only, simply fill out the form to your left. Joining the e-mail list does not make you a member of the FCA, it only provides you with access to our e-mail newsletter.
If you plan to become a member, please also sign up for the e-mail newsletter. Becoming a member does not automatically sign you up for the newsletter. We prefer to let people decide for themselves whether they want to subscribe!
STEP 2: BECOME A MEMBER
You can become a member one of two ways: either online or through traditional mail.
If you are a NEW MEMBER and would like to pay your membership dues through PayPal, you can click here to learn more about your membership and to select the appropriate membership category.
If you are a NEW or RENEWING member and you prefer to pay your dues the good old fashioned way, with a check and a letter in the mail, click here to download our membership form. Print it out and either mail it back to us, or bring it to the next meeting. Make sure to include your appropriate annual membership dues!
Please note that, in order to vote at a membership meeting, your membership must be active the day BEFORE the meeting. So if you bring your membership form and your dues payment to a community meeting, you will not be eligible to vote at that specific meeting.
The FCA holds monthly meetings on the last Thursday of each month at the Philadelphia Mennonite High School, 860 N. 24th Street. We start with a social at 7:00 pm and the meetings begin at 7:30 pm.
Membership Categories & Costs
Regular Individual $15/year
Regular Household $20/year
Senior Individual (65 or Older) $5/year
Senior Household (Both 65 or Older) $10/year
Senior Household (Only One 65 or Older) $17/year
For complete details, see Articles 4 and 5 of the Bylaws.
Members may vote at a the monthly membership meetings as long as the membership is valid as of the day before such meeting.
Members may vote for the election of the organization’s officers as long as the membership is valid as of a date no later than the day before the meeting at which nominations for such election are made.
In order to run for office, a membership must be valid as of the day before the regular members meeting in the month of September immediately preceding such election.
Questions? Click here to e-mail the Membership Chair.