JOIN THE SAN REMO CIVIC ASSOCIATION
3rd Thursday of the Month
8pm - 9pm
Why Join, Donate or Volunteer
The San Remo Civic Association helps to protect the rights of San Remo residents regarding our waterfront property and access to the Nissequogue River. Your residence in San Remo gives you waterfront privileges which substantially increase the value of your property. Residents and landowners in San Remo own our waterfront through the San Remo Civic Association. The Civic Association is responsible for paying taxes, insurance and on-going maintenance. Membership dues are crucial to our ability to provide best care to the waterfront park and the San Remo community. Funding also supports our Annual Scholarship Fund which to date has provided San Remo youth with over $50,000 in scholarships
Area of Eligibility
Generally speaking (currently), the "San Remo Area" are the homes within Riviera, Walnut Road, Longfellow Drive to Landing Rd (including Acacia Rd & Fern Rd), Franciscan Lane (Any Residents in Vistas Circle contact me), St Johnland (heading south) (Including Walnut St, Oak St to #31&32, Rowan St, Madison St, Hancock St to #20), St Nicholas Ave to #147 (Including Hamilton St., Spruce St to #26, Verdi St, Rose St to #38, Leonard St, Dehan St to #30, Ruth St., Frank St. to #20, Trent Lane to #15), Nowick Lane, Monroe St (including Monroe Ct.), East Side of St Johnland (heading North), North Side of East Main Street to and including King Road, Vine Road, Jupiter Road heading Northeasterly (including Arbutus Drive), Lincoln Drive, Narcissus Road, Birch Road to St Johnland #890 which brings you back to Riviera.
WE DEPEND ON YOUR MEMBERSHIP
We are a non-profit, non-political and non-partisan organization.
We promote and encourage good neighborliness, community gatherings and functions, and strive to maintain San Remo as a desirable residential area. We also protect the rights of residents regarding our waterfront property and access.
Paying your membership dues is crucial to our ability to provide best care to the waterfront. Funding also supports our Annual Scholarship Fund which to date has provided San Remo youth with over $50,000 in scholarships.