The Benton Park Neighborhood Association (BPNA) is a volunteer-based non-profit organization that provides and promotes programs, services, and activities aimed at encouraging connections between neighbors and fostering civic involvement in our diverse community.

The Benton Park Neighborhood is named after St. Louis' second-oldest park. From its beginnings as early as 1836 through to today, this neighborhood has maintained a prominent place in the city's heritage. 

With Benton Park's age and architecture, it earned the distinction as the largest historic district in St. Louis in 1985 when the Landmarks completed a voluminous nomination into the National Register.

Benton Park residents include creatives, professionals, small businesses, growing families, singles, and retirees. Our volunteer-based neighborhood association, the Benton Park Neighborhood Association (BPNA), works to sustain an informed and active electorate, sound planning, and responsive government that serves the residents and businesses of the Benton Park neighborhood.

We are a nonprofit, 501(c)(3), thus, any donation to the BPNA is tax-deductible. 

BPNA General Meeting

Meetings are held monthly, except for January and August. Join us the first Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at Epiphany United Church of Christ Fellowship Hall (2911 McNair Ave.).

Please note that our December meeting is a holiday party at a neighborhood establishment.

BPNA Meeting Minutes

BPNA meeting minutes include items discussed, key decisions, and other important details. View the latest meeting minutes below.