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Our Mission

The Bishops Corner Neighborhood Association (BCNA) is a registered 501(c)4, non-partisan, not-for-profit community organization.  It is comprised of both resident and business members, with a mission to enhance the quality of life in the Bishops Corner neighborhoods in and around the intersection of Rte. 44 and North Main Street.


During its almost 25 years of service, the BCNA has advocated for and supported many initiatives such as installing a bus stop on Starkel Rd, keeping the local US Postal branch open, reviewing numerous neighborhood developmental projects, has run a well regarded farmer's market, coordinates annually with the Knox foundation to place large planters, and is currently assisting Town and State DOT on a rework of the Rte. 44 & North Main Street intersection.

The BCNA Goals Include:
  1. The beautification of Bishops Corner.

  2. Increasing pedestrian and bicycle safety and accessibility.

  3. Facilitating communication with residents, businesses and non-profits.

  4. Playing an active role in future redevelopment projects.

Ways You Can Get Involved:

Our primary goal is to continue progressing the conversations that impact our quality of life in Bishops Corner. We will be asking for everyones help us achieve even better levels of satisfaction among those living, visiting, and working in our community.

Together, we can make Bishops Corner a great place to Eat, Shop, Live and Stay!

  1. Attend the public meetings.

  2. Volunteer on a committee.

  3. Consider becoming a member of our Board.

  4. Send us an email and we’ll be happy to speak with you about our many volunteer opportunities.

"The BCNA has become a sounding board for the council… particularly for the development that's happening. I know all of my colleagues take some solace in the fact that whatever's been proposed in Bishops Corner has been screened by the BCNA because this is the group that's on the ground and cares the most about Bishops Corner, and in many cases has been here for generations... and that's a very powerful thing."

-Former Mayor Scott Slifka

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