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About the Historic Boston-Edison Association

Join!

Want to join HBEA? It's easy! Dues are $40 per household per year, and go toward numerous neighborhood activities. Read more and download the dues form here.


Volunteer!

We need your help! Read more here about participating in Board Committee meetings, and call the Boston-Edison Phone Line at 313-883-4360, or email us at bostonedison@gmail.com to express your interest.

The Historic Boston-Edison Association is an association of the residents of the Boston-Edison Historic District. We all love our big old historic homes, and they are a major investment of our money, time, and energy. Through the Association, we work together as a community to safeguard the value, character, and appearance of our homes and our neighborhood.

HBEA sponsors numerous events throughout the year for the benefit of residents.

Mission, Goals, and By-Laws

The mission of the Historic Boston-Edison Association is to safeguard the value, character, and appearance of our homes and our neighborhood for the benefit of all residents. Find out more with our Mission Statement and Goals. The Association is governed by a set of bylaws defining its structure.

Structure of HBEA

The Association business is conducted by a Board of Directors. The Board has standing committees that work on areas of common interest to residents. Find out more with the detailed Structure of the Historic Boston-Edison Association, and volunteer your time on a committee!

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Board

The Historic District is divided into areas, each of which is represented on the Board of Directors of the Association. Find out who represents you with this List of Board Members. The most recent minutes of Board meetings are available in our residents-only section.

Newsletter

HBEA publishes and distributes a newsletter free of charge six times yearly to all residents of HBEA. If you are not receiving your newsletter from Boston Edison, please call the hotline (313-883-4670) and leave a message with your name, address and phone or email newsletter@historicbostonedison.org.