The Fulton Neighborhood Association

About the FNA

The Fulton Neighborhood Association (FNA) is the nonprofit neighborhood organization that was created in 1990.  Fulton is located in Southwest Minneapolis, Minnesota.

The FNA adopted it’s new mission and vision in 2023:

Mission: FNA fosters community connections, supports learning and growth, encourages city engagement, and contributes to the fabric of a stronger community

Vision: A neighborhood where every resident is heard, valued, empowered, and engaged with each other and the broader community.

The Fulton Neighborhood Association denounces violence and hatred in all its forms. It has no place in our community. We support our LGBTQ+ neighbors, and strive to create a supportive neighborhood where all are welcome. [Adopted by FNA April 2023]

FNA Board Meetings

The FNA Board meets the second Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. You can join us in person at Pershing Park, 3523 West 48th Street or vitually through Google Meet.  Check our calendar to view all board and community events or read more about the FNA Board of Directors.  All FNA meetings and events are accessible.  Requests for accommodation are welcome.  Please make requests at least ten days in advance by emailing

Join Us!

Join us at Fulton Neighborhood Association meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. You can join us in person at Pershing Park, or virtually. Community members are welcome and encouraged to join any FNA board meeting. Come meet the folks who represent your interests to the neighborhood, city of Minneapolis, Hennepin County and the State of Minnesota.  It’s a great group of committed people with diverse talents and interests. If you have a specific issue you’d like to talk about, you can either email us ahead of time, or joint the meeting and share. Email for the virtual meeting link or more information about our meetings.

What does the FNA do?

Want more information?

Contact the FNA neighborhood coordinator to find out how you can get involved.