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Old Dauphin Way Association

Mobile's Largest Historic District  

Since 1974, The Old Dauphin Way Association has been serving our city's largest historic district as a central point of service for the preservation and promotion of our beloved neighborhood.

We are a group of residents and business owners that seek to preserve the historic character of our district, which comprises 3,000+ structures, while promoting neighborhood continuity and growth.

Upcoming Events

ODWA General Meeting!

Come join your neighbors for our first meeting of 2024!

Representatives from the Cindy Haber Project, police, city council and neighborhood litter campaign will speak. Refreshments will be served! We will also have flags, t-shirts and huggers for sale.

When: Thursday Feb. 29 at 6:00 pm

Where: Dauphin Way United Methodist Church - McGowin Hall

1507 Dauphin Street

Come, meet your neighbors and get involved in your community!

Are you a

current member

of ODWA?

Membership Dues:
$25

Pay by:
*Mail
*PayPal
*Credit Card

Please click on the Membership tab for more information and membership form

https://www.odwa.org/membership

FLAGS!

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photographic rendition

Old Dauphin Way Historic District flags are available for order! These are outdoor/indoor flags printed on both side. The cost is $40 per flag. If you join or renew your membership ($25)  the cost for both is $50 until Feb. 29! Please click on the Membership tab for ordering information.

actual flag


Old Dauphin Way needs YOUR support!

Old Dauphin Way needs your support!
What are your talents?

We are in the process of updating our website and our newsletter.
We continue to keep abreast of ZONING ISSUES related to our area.
We hope to sponsor several community activities during the remainder of the year.
Keep informed of our activities by becoming a member.

How can you assist us this next year?

Since 1974, serving

our city's largest historic district

as a central point of service

for the preservation and promotion of our

beloved neighborhood.

We hope to resume the newsletter very soon!
 
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