The Glebe Community Association is a volunteer group. We have no paid employees and operate on a modest budget raised through collecting membership fees. Since 1967, the GCA has united residents interested in improving the neighbourhood. This involves meeting to discuss community issues or forming work teams to take on a task.
The GCA is a non-profit organization that recruits members via an annual door-to-door campaign. Members elect a board of directors, which meets on the fourth Tuesday of most months (normally not in July, August or December). Those meetings are open to all, and anyone from the community can raise an issue at board meetings.
The By-Laws of the Glebe Community Association can be read here.
The GCA works closely with two other non-profit groups in the neighbourhood -- GNAG (Glebe Neighbourhood Activities Group) and the Glebe Report, our community newspaper. In addition, the GCA maintains close contact with the business community and the newly formed Glebe Business Improvement Area (BIA). See the links page for contact with associated groups.