The Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Association (BTNA) is a registered 501(c)(3) dedicated to serving the residents of the Butler-Tarkington community. The neighborhood's boundaries are 38th Street on the South, Meridian Street on the East, and the Central Canal on the West and North. Our Board of Directors is comprised of volunteers from within the community who are passionate about making Butler-Tarkington a great neighborhood to call home.
to preserve and enhance the livability of the neighborhood.
To enhance neighborhood livability, to maintain open communication with state and local government and other neighborhoods and neighborhood associations, to involve neighbors in neighborhood activities, to eliminate prejudice and discrimination, to defend human and civil rights, and to combat juvenile delinquency.
Our neighbors make our community great. Even if you are not part of the formal board, your time and talent are needed to help ensure a thriving community representative of everyone. Please consider joining one of the committees below, or joining us at an upcoming meeting or event.
These committees are established on an as-needed basis to tackle larger community issues. Use your skills to make an impact.
Spread the word about our amazing
neighbors through marketing, social media, and the quarterly newsletter.
Use your skills to organize community programming and events, like our annual Dream Run 5K and National Night Out.
Consult on matters concerning zoning, planning, transportation, and
sustainability for the neighbor.
BTNA Board Members
BTNA Board Members
Individuals currently serving on the Board are as follows:
PRESIDENT Bryan Bradford
VICE PRESIDENT Ed Fujawa
TREASURER Ryan Barth
SECRETARY Sherry Hinton Shelton
Click here to read the bylaws of the
Butler-Tarkington Neighborhood Association.
Ashlee Wilson Fujawa
Brenda Vance Paschal