Since 1966, East Mount Airy Neighbors (EMAN) has been committed to providing a means of friendly communication, mutual understanding, information and education to the neighbors of East Mount Airy.
We are committed to making a good community better though partnerships, problem-solving, and promoting projects and public improvements that encourage positive community development.
Germantown Avenue on the West (West Mount Airy)
Stenton Avenue to the East (Cedarbrook)
Cresheim Valley Drive to the North (Chestnut Hill)
Washington Lane to the South (Germantown)
What We've Achieved
Community Grant Fund. The grants, which range in size, are awarded to non-profits that geographically focuses their work in East Mt. Airy. Manged by the the Philadelphia Foundation, the organization has distributed over $348,000 in grants
EMAN is known for the annual Toast to Mt. Airy an event highlighting the Community Grant winners
EMAN serves as the Registered Community Organization (RCO) and handles zoning and land use issues on the East side of Mt. Airy
EMAN has been a part of the Mt. Airy Schools Coalition since 2014. The Coalition brings resources to six public schools in Mt. Airy.
EMAN and WMAN host Mt. Airy Day annually (first Sunday of May).
EMAN serves as one of the collaborators, along with West Mt. Airy Neighbors and Mt. Airy USA, focusing on a 10 Year Strategic Plan to concentrate on a neighborhood revitalization initiative. This project is funded through the Wells Fargo Regional Foundation.
The organization has partnered with Mt. Airy Art Garage along with two local schools in a Mural Arts Project.
The organization hosts various community meetings, service projects and community events.
EMAN participated in the renewal of the Mt. Airy Business Improvement District (BID)
The organization has and will continue to host special community meetings on various topics including safety