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 benefit options including a Resident Club Card that provides discounts and other benefits to over 100 restaurants and businesses in the Old Naples.

Voting 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)  Note:  We also welcome Associate Members who enjoy all the benefits except for voting rights.  Associate Members may reside anywhere outside of Old Naples.

Ridgway Bar & Grill
1300 3rd Street S

Hors D’oeuvres included in Ticket Price

Cash Bar (no credit cards or tabs)

$25.00*

*Ticket sales will open up to nonmembers on Saturday, October 21

 

ONA joins Naples Garage Coalition to Oppose Parking Garage

Issue: A controversial plan for a 350-space parking garage at 4th Avenue and 4th Street is being quietly rushed through City Council during the summer months when so many folks are out of town escaping the heat. If we don’t act, this will be a fait accompli by August 16th.
 
Coalition: ONA has joined with Coquina Sands, Lake Park, … Read more

Emergency Preparedness – CodeRED System

The purpose of this message is to remind Naples citizens and businesses that the hurricane season begins on June 1st.  Now is the time to think about hurricane preparedness.
 
One of the most essential elements of preparedness is communication.  Your City has one of the most effective means of communicating emergency messages.  The system is called CodeRED. The system … Read more

Another Important Zoning Meeting: May 10, 2017

Short story:
Every 10 years, the City of Naples revises its master planning document, called the Comprehensive Growth Management Plan. The Planning Advisory Board (PAB) is beginning its final deliberations on the proposed changes. These changes will have significant impacts on all aspects of the City’s development for the next decade.
 
The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. this Wednesday … Read more