Washington Street

The Washington Street Neighborhood Association works with local businesses, the High Point Police Department, Community and Neighborhood Development Division, and area churches to eliminate crime, drugs and theft within the area.


  • 6 p.m.
  • The 4th Tuesday of every month
  • Community and Neighborhood Development Center
    201 Fourth Street

Check out our latest newsletter



Projects & Plans

Plans and projects include:
  • Continuing partnerships with community partners and seeking donations and fundraising opportunities
  • Holding elections for new officers
  • Increasing community participation and awareness
  • Participating in various community events include the annual National Night Out celebration and Unity Festival
  • Partnering with New Beginnings Full Gospel Ministries to hold “Back-to-School Refresher”
  • Successfully completing Community-Based Initiative grant
Boundaries & Location
The boundaries of the Washington Street Neighborhood Association are Centennial Avenue on the west, Washington Street on the south, College Avenue on the east and Barbee Street on the north.

Police Initiative
In February of 2010, the Police Department conducted a Focused Deterrence Initiative for the Washington Street area, resulting in a much more peaceful, stable neighborhood. The association was actively involved in the initiative, attending the call-in and assisting police with area canvassing/information events since then. Major areas of interest for the association are crime reduction, and access to services, information and capacity-building resources.