Webber-Camden is the largest and one of seven neighborhoods in the Camden Community in northwest Minneapolis. Webber-Camden extends from Interstate 94 on the east and Penn and Newton avenues to the west to Dowling Avenue on the south and Webber Parkway on the north. In 1995, the neighborhood added “Webber” to the original name “Camden”, changing the name to “Webber-Camden”. The neighborhood has industrial zones and a mix of middle-class and working-class homes.
Patrick Henry High School is within the Webber-Camden borders with elementary schools in bordering neighborhoods. Hamilton Manor is high-rise housing (219 units) designed for senior citizens. Beautiful Webber Park connects to the Mississippi River to the east. Webber-Camden neighborhood gets its name from Webber Park and Webber Parkway, which were both named after Charles C. Webber, who donated a portion of the land for the park. Webber-Camden was also named after Camden, New Jersey.
Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization
Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization was organized in1994 and has been a fully-functioning program and service-based non-profit corporation since that time. Webber-Camden Neighborhood Organization is the only City recognized citizen participation organization in Webber-Camden neighborhood.
The WCNO office is located at 1206 37th Avenue North and is open 10am to 4pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Wednesdays the office opens at 8am and closes at 2pm. Friday the office is closed. It is best to call in advance if your are in need of free faxing and copying services. We have no notary services at this time. We welcome guests at the office. We enjoy meeting new friends and helping residents with their neighborhood issues and concerns.
What does WCNO do? We advocate for residents on crime and safety, sponsor fun events during the year and provide senior and home loan programs through the Neighborhood and Community Engagement Commission, formerly the Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP) funding. A special emphasis has been placed on housing issues: foreclosures, vacant houses and illegal rentals, and connecting residents who have foreclosure issues to the appropriate agencies for help.
We welcome residents’ involvement in WCNO and neighborhood activities and events throughout the year.
WCNO Board Members – Current as of November 2nd, 2017 Annual Meeting
Linda Koelman, Chair
Kevin Aldwaik, Vice Chair
Stephanie Gruver, Secretary
John Richards, Treasurer
At Large Members
Brandon Burbach, Michele Borowicz, Jon Marley, Eric Nystrom, Pat Suhrbier, Erica Pieske, Houston White and Jim Wentzell- Board Member Emeritus for Life