Old Naples is the heart and soul of the City of Naples. The Association is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the charm and enhancing the quality of life in Old Naples. Join the ONA or renew your membership and receive your Resident Club Card that provides discounts and other benefits to over 100 restaurants and businesses in the Old Naples.

Membership in the Old Naples Association is open to anyone residing in the area defined as Old Naples, either on a full-time or part-time basis or owns property in Old Naples. (See Old Naples Boundaries)

Join ONA on the January
Habitat Tour of Collier County

Experience the work of Habitat Collier firsthand and join us for a complimentary Habi-Tour on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. The Tour lasts about two hours and begins and ends at the Habitat main office at 11145 Tamiami Trail East Naples, FL 34113.
 
Following a continental breakfast, we’ll board a charter coach for a tour in which you’ll be able to see the untenable living conditions of those who have yet to attain safe and decent shelter, observe ongoing construction on a Habitat Collier job site and visit completed Habitat communities. At the end of the tour, you will be welcomed by a Habitat family into their house, allowing you to experience with your own eyes and heart the difference made by a home.
 
For more information or to reserve your place on this Habi-Tour, call or email Karen at 239-775-0036 or kaldana@habitatcollier.org and mention that you are calling for the ONA tour.

Citizens Input for Projects Impacting Old Naples

The Short Story: 
  • The November 28, 2016 meeting of the City’s Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Board (CRAAB) at 9AM at City Hall is important for residents and owners in Old Naples.
     
  • CRAAB will discuss, and take public input on:
     
    • The redesign of 3rd Avenue South between 10th Street and the Gulf of Mexico
    • Potential changes to the D-Downtown
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Naples Reconsiders it’s Ethics Code

Summary:
City Council recently voted to rescind the City of Naples’ Code of Ethics, but after considerable negative feedback, is going to “review” the Code at its November 16 meeting. Here is what you can do:

  1. Review the issues summarized below.
     
  2. Communicate with City Council regarding your views.
    Here are their emails:
    Bill Barnett: mayorbill@naplesgov.com;
    Doug Finlay: dfinlay@naplesgov.com
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