The Glenmont Forest Neighbors Civic Association (GFNCA) is an award-winning non-profit organization that was established in the summer of 2009 to represent resident of the community. GFNCA’s efforts today focus on environmental health, pedestrian and vehicular safety, improved infrastructure, and community building, in addition to staying abreast of plans to redevelop downtown Wheaton and the greater Glenmont area.
Nestled in the Montgomery County suburbs of Washington, D.C., GFNCA is located in Silver Spring, Maryland.
We represent a thriving, growing, and diverse community of families, professionals, new and long-time residents concerned about our neighborhood's environment and quality of life. GFNCA represents approximately 1200 households within its boundaries.
As a very active civic association, GFNCA continually engages the community with government and elected officials, non-profit organizations, neighboring civic associations, police, etc. to work on making the community the ideal place o call home. Some of the activities organized by GFNCA include community walk around with elected officials, community beautification projects, sidewalk construction, street resurfacing, traffic safety improvements, trash collection enhancement, environmental projects, community building and education, etc.
Dec. 11 6:30pm
Please consider attending the next Wheaton Urban District Advisory Committee (WUDAC) Meeting December 11th and showing your support for bringing more County attention to the Wheaton area and raising any issues you have.
Hans Riemer will be discussing with WUDAC members issues that emerged from July's “What’s Next for Wheaton Forum.”
December 11, 2018 at 6:30pm
Wheaton Volunteer Rescue Squad , Green Room
2400 Arcola (and Georgia)
Dec. 20, 7:00pm
County Executive Marc Elrich is hosting listening sessions for Montgomery County residents and stakeholders. Come voice your concerns and opportunities you see for improving Wheaton/Glenmont Forest.
December 20, 7-8:30
Einstein High School
1135 Newport Mill Road
Dec. 19 7:00pm
Share your thoughts on where you would like Jeff Waldstreicher, Al Carr, Emily Shetty, and Jared Solomon to focus in the 2019 MD Legislative session and beyond.
If you would like to testify, please sign up.
There will also be an opportunity to donate new, unwrapped toys to share through non-profit A Wider Circle.
December 19, 7-10pm
3710 Mitchell Street
Green Streets Walk