5 FUN FACTS ABOUT THE NNRO
The Northeast Neighborhood Revitalization Organization (NNRO) was incorporated in 2000 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation for the purpose of the social, physical and economic revitalization of the Northeast Neighborhood in South Bend, Indiana.
The funding partners of the NNRO include:
- University of Notre Dame,
- The South Bend Clinic,
- St. Joseph Regional Medical Center,
- Memorial Hospital
- City of South Bend.
The NNRO has a 14-member Board of Trustees that include seven representatives from the institutional funders and seven residents from the Northeast Neighborhood.
The Northeast Neighborhood also has a neighborhood council the NENC. Established in 1966, the NENC is the oldest continually operating neighborhood association in the City of South Bend.
The Northeast Neighborhood is also part of the Northeast Neighborhood Development Area Overlay Zoning District which governs the construction of new housing.
Please refer to the Section 21_06 of the City of South Bend Ordinance Code regarding the NNDA Zoning District.
For more information about the NNRO please contact Marco Mariani via: