Glenmont Forest Neighbors
Civic Association

A Wheaton North Community

About Us

Who We Are

 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.  

Who We Represent


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. 

What We Do

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.  

Upcoming Activities

Contact Us

We Want to Hear From You!

Help the Community by Becoming a Member


Help support the Glenmont Forest Neighbors Civic Association and our community activities by becoming a member. Annual membership dues are $10.00 per family. Additional donations are always welcome.   

Glenmont Forest Neighbors Civic Association is a registered 501(c)3 organization.     

You may join as a member at any community meeting or online through Paypal below.  

PayPal will provide GFNCA your name if you donate but please email us at info@gfnca if you have additional comments or concerns such as specific issues of interest you would be interested in working on, project ideas for the community, or to let us know you are willing to volunteer for future events.