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WELCOME

WCNO 2020 Annual Meeting and Elections!

Join together on Thursday, November 12th at 6:30pm via Zoom to:

  • Elect 6 open WCNO Board seats
  • Vote on revised WCNO By-Laws
  • Engage with your neighbors and make your voice heard!

Want to RUN FOR A BOARD SEAT?

  • Review the WCNO Board Job Description here.
  • Fill out the WCNO Board Nomination Form. (Forms are due Saturday, November 7th.)
  • Plan on attending the “Town Hall: Meet the Candidates” on Sunday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30pm via Zoom, if possible.
    • Zoom meeting link here.
    • Or call in over the phone by dialing (312) 626-6799, and follow the prompts.
    • Meeting ID: 894 8175 6369 , Passcode: 12345

Want to learn about the CANDIDATES and the VOTING process?

  • Check back here later for candidate bios and how to vote online or in person (online voting window will be Monday, November 9th through Thursday, November 12th at 7pm–half hour into the annual meeting)
  • Plan on attending the “Town Hall: Meet the Candidates” on Sunday, November 8th from 6:30-7:30pm via Zoom, if possible.
    • Zoom meeting link here.
    • Or call in over the phone by dialing (312) 626-6799, and follow the prompts.
    • Meeting ID: 894 8175 6369 , Passcode: 12345

Want to review the proposed BY-LAW REVISIONS?

  • Explore the new draft by-laws, including notes and comments here. 
  • Cross-reference the proposed by-laws with the existing ones here.

Then, join us for the ANNUAL MEETING and elections on November 12th at 6:30pm via Zoom!

  • Zoom meeting link here.
  • Or call in over the phone by dialing (312) 626-6799, and follow the prompts.
  • Meeting ID: 894 8175 6369 , Passcode: 12345

Questions?

  • Email info@wcno.org
  • Call 612-521-2100

Welcome to your neighborhood!

Webber-Camden is a beautiful, friendly, and welcoming neighborhood in North Minneapolis. The largest neighborhood in the Camden community, Webber-Camden is bounded by Interstate 94 (to the east), Penn and Newton Avenues (to the west), Webber Parkway (to the north), and Dowling Avenue (to the south).

A neighborhood organization for all neighbors.

Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization (WCNO) is a democratically operated, city recognized non-profit organization, which advocates for our residents and businesses. Voting membership in WCNO is open to any person of legal voting age, who either resides in, or owns property in, our neighborhood. Any businesses or organizations located in Webber-Camden can also designate a non-resident member to participate in the organization. A Board of Directors is elected by organization members to manage the affairs of WCNO.

We hold monthly meetings with the Board of Directors, quarterly membership meetings, and tons of fun neighborhood events throughout the year. Come join us!

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Resources for Residents

Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization is working tirelessly to create and invest in resources for our residents. Whether you rent or own here in Webber-Camden, WCNO wants to help you and your family feel at home in your neighborhood.

See more for residents

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Information for Businesses

North Minneapolis has a long, proud history of growing and supporting local businesses. Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization is working hard to help Northside entrepreneurs and local businesses develop, expand, and prosper.

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Events in our Neighborhood

From the magical Holiday on 44th to the fantastic annual Truck Extravaganza, the Camden community has wonderful events throughout the year, and Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization is always in the mix.

View our event calendar


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Photo courtesy of Hennepin County Library.

History of Webber-Camden

From the early days as a center for millworkers in Minneapolis, to the present day’s vibrant diversity, Webber-Camden has a rich history worth exploring. Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization is committed to knowing and understanding the history of those who came before us.

WCNO was first organized in 1994, and took its current name in 1995, when the neighborhood’s name was changed from “Camden” to “Webber-Camden”.