The Edison Neighborhood Association serves the most populous and diverse neighborhood in Kalamazoo. Much like the residents, the housing stock is varied and unique, with sections boasting Grand Boulevards and others with small Terraces and Courts. There is something for everyone. The neighborhood is home to nationally acclaimed Kalamazoo Farmers Market, four parks including the Mayor Riverfront Park, and our own mini downtown Washington Square. Not to mention, small theatres, makers spaces, the best tacos in town, and much more make Edison a great place to Live, Eat, and Play.
Stephen Dupuie graduated from Northern Michigan University with a B.S. in Performing Arts. He moved to Kalamazoo in 2005 and, after a few years, into the Edison Neighborhood. Tired of his corporate career in the service industry, Dupuie ventured into entrepreneurship as Artistic Director of his own company in Edison. He is passionate about the community and is looking forward to working with residents to create positive vibes in the neighborhood. Dupuie has a multifaceted plan for Edison's future that will focus on Art, Culture, and Environment. He is a dog lover, food enthusiast, and touts a green thumb.
Board of Directors
Grant Fletcher- President
Megan Buwalda- Treasurer
Tiyanna Williams- Secretary
Vanessa Collins- Smith
One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn't as individuals.
To maximize quality of life and sense of community in the Edison Neighborhood.
A "city within a city" with a vibrant alternative downtown, a rich arts and culture scene, and walkable streets buzzing with urban gardens.
Edison Neighborhood Association
Tuesdays: 11am- 6pm
Wednesdays: 11am- 6pm
Thursdays: 11am- 6pm
Saturdays: 10am- 2pm
Registered 501(c)(3): 38-2108671