Benefits of Joining WAWM:


·            Promote & support ideas and projects that will directly impact your neighborhood.

·            Be informed about neighborhood activities including crime prevention, code enforcement, and local government.

·            Bring neighbors within the community together to support cultural, economic, educational, and recreational activities.

·            Keep the community informed on the Association’s position on relevant issues and on the City’s plans and activities.

·            Aid government officials in the diligent pursuit of their duties & obligation to all people and businesses of Wilton Manors.



WAWM 2021-2022 Priorities

 Promote Economic Development That Benefits the Westside

 ·       Approval of the Transit Oriented Corridor-West

·       Community dialog with potential investors and developers in TOC-W

·       “Re-branding” Andrews Avenue

 Improve Public Safety and Livability for Westside Residents of All Ages

 ·       Upgrades and priority repairs to water and sewage infrastructure

·       Traffic circulation study of the Westside

·       Pedestrian- and bicycle-friendly streets and improved bicycle infrastructure

·       Enforcement of vehicle speed limits

·       Funding for WMPD license plate readers

·       Restoration of City-provided transportation services for senior citizens

·       Transformation of culture and practices of WMPD code enforcement

 Develop and Support Initiatives for Westside Beautification and Enhancement

 ·       Public art for Westside parks and green spaces

·       Beautification of county-controlled Andrews Avenue and neighborhood intersections

·       Restoration of lighting for 20th Street entrance

·       Wilton Manors/Westside-specific street signage, as follow-on to Way Finding program

·       More environmentally-friendly/green laws, regulations and policies at all government levels

 Build Community Through Neighborhood-Wide Activities and City Volunteerism

 ·       Participation in annual City- and County-sponsored Community-based activities

·       Creation of Annual Westside-Wide Yard Sale Day

·       Service on, and active participation in, City committees and boards

 Strengthen WAWM

 ·       Membership campaign to recruit new and returning members

·       Improved two-way communication and interaction with WAWM membership

·       Enhanced webpage and social media presence

·       Fund-raising for specific projects/events of WAWM interest


WAWM is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to organizations with 501(c)(3) status may be tax deductible.  Please consult your tax advisor to determine deductibility of your contribution.  EIN: 65-1157828