About Bloomingdale Civic Association


The Bloomingdale Civic Association was established in June 1921 with Frank Coleman as its first president. The Bloomingdale Civic Association is a historic civic association organized from the interests of a group of residents of Quincy Place, NW. According to article written in the Washington Afro American on August 4, 1951, the Association reported to be of the most aggressive and progressive civic associations in the District of Columbia.

 

Membership in the Bloomingdale Civic Association is open to all residents of the Bloomingdale neighborhood. Membership is also open to non-residents who have an interest in the area (business owners, and heads of religious, social, and educational institutions.) Click here to join the Bloomingdale Civic Association.

 

More Resources:

Bloomingdale Civic Association Constitution

Officers

Committees

History of Bloomingdale

History of the BCA

 

There are also some websites out there to help you learn more about Bloomingdale! Take a a few minutes to find out why Bloomingdale is a great place to call home!

Bloomingdale Neighborhood Blog

Bloomingdale History Project

Wikipedia: Bloomingdale