What Type of Memberships Are There?
$20 Per Year
A NOCC Member Organization can be a civic, community, cultural, or other group who wishes to join with other similar community groups in North Olmsted. The goal is to foster communication and to form partnerships. See our About page for more information.
A Member Organization is entitled to appoint one Representative to act on behalf of the Member Organization at NOCC events and meetings. The designated Representative will have voting rights at NOCC meetings. Up to six more people can be associated with this membership (such as the President of your organization, Board members, etc.)
Applications from potential Member Organizations must be approved.
$10 Per Year
Many times people wish to join NOCC on their own, such as a civic-minded person who wishes to contribute to the work NOCC does. You don’t have to be part of a Member Organization to join us.
Individual Associate members have voting rights at NOCC meetings.
Mailing List Only
If you are only looking to learn about our activities, receive our emails, and otherwise stay in touch, you don’t have to sign up as a member. You can simply join our mailing list instead.
Why Should You Become a Member?
A Letter From our Past President
On behalf of the North Olmsted Community Council (NOCC), I would like to invite you to join our organization as we work through our many members to make North Olmsted a better place to live.
The primary purpose of the NOCC is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between North Olmsted civic organizations and citizens, We like to assist our members to form partnerships to work together to create what individually they might not.
NOCC also promotes its own community-wide activities, such as the annual Citizen of the Year award in April, scholarship awards to deserving North Olmsted students in May and the Homecoming Festival in August. NOCC is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, nonsectarian and noncommercial organization, that neither endorses nor opposes any political candidate or ballot issue. NOCC is independent, and is not operated by the City or School Board. NOCC activities are organized by inspired volunteers and citizen representatives from local civic organizations, just like you!
Membership is easy, with meetings held at the Community Cabin on the last Tuesday of every other month commencing with January. We conclude the year with our President’s Dinner in November when we install our officers for the coming year. The cost for each individual is just $10.00 per year or organization is just $20.00 per year.
Come and join other philanthropic and non-profit North Olmsted organizations as we combine our forces to support our great city. I invite you to visit one of our meetings or call me, with any questions,
North Olmsted Community Council