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Preserving a small-town way of life since 1990.


The Greenlawn Civic Association (GCA) is a group of volunteers working together to improve the community.  Founded in 1990, the GCA works with town and county officials on behalf of the community to improve quality of life in the Greenlawn area.  Want to get more involved? Check out the work our committees are doing!


The GCA is a completely volunteer-powered organization and a $20 Family Membership or $50 Business Membership funds programs like Community Day, Halloween on Broadway, Christmas Tree Lighting and Menorah Lighting, and all gardening/beautification projects throughout town. 


GCA holds meetings once a month, often at the Harborfields Public Library. Meetings are open to the public and all community members are welcome to attend! Going to a GCA meeting is a great way to meet your neighbors, hear from local legislators, and learn about the various happenings in town. 


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Upcoming Events

September General Meeting
September 14, 7:00pm
Harborfields Public Library, Small Meeting Room 

All are welcome at our next general meeting of the GCA. We'll be recapping The Longest Table and getting ready for fall events like Halloween on Broadway, a food drive, and more!

October General Meeting
October 3, 7:00pm
Harborfields Library, Community Meeting Room 

Join us for our monthly meeting where we'll welcome Harborfields Superintendent Rory Manning to discuss building and infrastructure improvements in the district. 

Looking Ahead...

Keep an eye out for information about these other
upcoming events!

Halloween on Broadway, October 28 (tentative date)
Christmas Tree Lighting, December 2 
Hanukkah Celebration and Menorah Lighting, December 11


Greenlawn High Line

Have you noticed the charming "pocket garden" alongside the Greenlawn LIRR station? It has been a labor of love for the last three years! Find out more about how it was transformed from an unsightly mess to the beautiful native garden it is today.
Learn More Here
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