Deering Center Neighborhood Association

The mission of the Deering Center Neighborhood Association is to help maintain an excellent quality of life in our community. We are citizens committed to protecting and improving the beauty and safety of our neighborhood, the excellence of our schools, supporting our local businesses and preserving our unique village-like atmosphere.

More information about the Deering Center Neighborhood Association is available at: deeringcenter.me/ or check Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DeeringCenterNeighborhoodAssociation/

Bi-Annual Meetings every spring and fall, please check deeringcenter.me for meeting announcements and to request email notifications.


We want to share with folks that we have a new website!  deeringcenter.me  Check it out and let us know what you think


Also, we're hustling to raise funds so that we can purchase insurance for events like Porchfest, the Annual Tree Lighting, Harvest Fest, Winter Solstice, and others! So far we've raised $1,000 out of the $1,500 needed. We're almost there, but our deadline is July 24th! Please chip in, lend a hand and help our neighborhood continue to have wonderful events. Here's a few different ways you can help:

- Become a member, varying levels, it's tax deductible -- Click here 

- Donate to the fundraising campaign, it's tax deductible -- Click here

- Spread the word and join us for a great meal at Elsmere non-profit night for DCNA on Tuesday July 23rd, 4 - 9pm -- Click here

ALL FUNDS raised from all of the above links will go directly toward our $1500 goal and purchasing insurance. If online donations aren't your thing, you can also send checks to Deering Center Neighborhood Association c/o Scott Segal, 15 Alba St. Portland, ME 04103. If you have any questions, please email us at deeringcenter@gmail.com

Lastly, if you have any neighborhood events or goings on that you'd like us to share on Facebook, our website and/or add to the DCNA calendar, please let us know.


Happy Summer, DCNA

  1. The City of Portland provides space on its website for neighborhood associations to post current events. Neighborhood Associations are created and controlled by their members, not by the City. The City does not verify and is not responsible for the accuracy or content of the information that they post on the City’s website. The City of Portland reserves the right to remove posted information at any time.