Dyker Heights Civic Association

The Dyker Heights Civic Association was established in 1928 and is one of the oldest civic organizations in Brooklyn.  It's relationship with St. Philip's goes back almost as far.

"The Association's goal is to serve as the voice of the Dyker Heights community, to advocate on behalf of its residents before elected officials and city agencies, and promote positive change within the community.

Membership is open to residents of Dyker Heights as well as anyone with an interest in the community, including local business owners and those who work in the community.  

The officers and board of governors of the Dyker Heights Civic Association are all volunteers. The Association's leadership works closely with local merchants organizations, elected officials, community board, police precinct, as well as other civic and community based organizations, many of whom attend its monthly meetings.  

The general membership meets monthly on the second Tuesday of each month except for January, February, July and August, in the St Philip's Parish Hall.  These monthly meetings provide valuable information regarding the community and feature guest speakers on topics of concern. The Association also sponsors and co-sponsors community events and support charitable and worthy causes." (From the DHCA website.)

The DHCA is not affiliated with St. Philip's Church. It is an independent organization, whose policies and priorities are set by its elected officers and Board of Governors. 

For more information on the DHCA and information on how to become a member, click here.

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