About Seminary Ridge


Seminary Ridge Neighborhood Association

The Seminary Ridge Neighborhood Association is dedicated not only to continually promoting a positive community environment and excellent quality of life for all residents, but also facilitating enhancement of the neighborhood as a whole. Other goals of the association include maintaining the historical integrity of the area and encouraging property owners and residents to work together as a strong, united group to ensure Seminary Ridge is an excellent place to live and work.

All area residents, business owners and property owners are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the neighborhood association. Membership is FREE. The association plans neighborhood events, community improvements and applies for grants to fund neighborhood projects. These are possible thanks to engaged neighbors like you. Your generous donations also support these projects and initiates, and are greatly appreciated.

Click here to view the Seminary Ridge Neighborhood Association By-laws


Borders

map_bordersNorth: Columbia College Drive
East: North Main Street
Southwest: Monticello Road


Photo Gallery

Click here to view the Seminary Ridge Neighborhood Photo Gallery


Events & Meetings

> See the Events and Meetings page for more information


Officers

LaToya Grate, President
Deb McQuilikin, Vice President
Dean Slade, Treasurer
Jason Hadley, Secretary

> Feel free to contact us with questions or to get more information about the Seminary Ridge Neighborhood.


Resources For Potential Residents

Thinking of buying a home in Seminary Ridge? Take a look at the helpful information we’ve compiled for New Residents!
> Resources For Potential Residents


Resources For Residents

Need to know what items can go in your cubrside recycling bin, or how to get a fence approved? Our Resources For Residents section has all of the information you need!
> Resources For Residents


History & Historical Significance

> See the History & Historical Significance to learn about Seminary Ridge’s rich history


Seminary Ridge Architectural Conservation Historic District

Are you ready to invest in a renovation or rehabilitation of your historic property? Before you get started on that big investment, have you heard about the Bailey Bill?
> Find out more here!