The Pabst Park Neighborhood Association is a volunteer organization helping neighbors connect and communicate. We are not a homeowner’s association trying to manage the look of our neighborhood. Our main goal is to create an atmosphere where neighbors feel safe, connected to the community, and have opportunities to socialize. We host Happy Hours, an Egg Hunt, a Block Party, Night Time Trick or Treat, and a neighborhood wide rummage sale. We would also like to hear from you about other social groups you would like to see, such as playgroups, book club, scrapbooking club, card club, garden group or toy swap club. Please drop us an email or give one of us a call if you would be interested in leading a group for the neighborhood. Remember that your membership in the PPNA helps provide us with the funds to communicate with over 600 households in our neighborhood through newsletters, our website, and member eBlasts.
If you are interested in joining, go to our Membership page for more information.
Located on what was a 19th century Pabst Brewing Company farm, the Pabst Park neighborhood is bounded by North Avenue and Lloyd Street between 60th and 68th Streets in historic Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. It is filled with charming bungalows and a strong sense of community pride. Google Map is here.  A copy, although outdated, of our bylaws can be found here.