Pelham Fritz Community Center
18 Mount Morris Park West at West 122 Street



*Manhattan Borough Commissioner Castro and the staff from the Department of Parks and Recreation to update us about the restoration of the Fire Watchtower in Marcus Garvey Park


*LaSharn Cooper, Deputy Center Manager, Pelham Fritz Recreation Center will discuss new center programming and their Arts and Culture program


*Officers from the 28th Precinct to discuss crime prevention

Monthly General Meeting
Tuesday, March 21st
Mount Morris Ascension Presbyterian Church
15 Mount Morris Park West
(Corner of 122nd Street)

Featured Speakers Include:

Sharene Wood
President & CEO, 5001 Flavors and Harlem Haberdashery


Jelena Pasic
CEO of Harlem Shake


Beatrice Sibblies
CEO of Bos Development

MMPCIA January Education Meeting Poster

Applying to Preschool Soon?  Come hear from NYC school experts, as well as, connect with fellow Harlem Families about local resources.

Featured Speakers:

Leilani Irvin, Mahalia Watson, and Donald Williams

Children are welcome to attend.  Snacks and activities will be provided.

Tuesday January 17th, 2017 @ 6:30 PM

Community Life Head Start Center-15 MMPW and 122nd Street


Congratulations Ms. Patricia Eaton!!!

We would like to congratulate you on receiving the first ever Community Board 10 Community Service Award for your tremendous contribution in the Mount Morris Park Neighborhood. 

Ms. Eaton is one of the founding members of MMPCIA and we appreciate the foundation and example she has laid for all of us as active members of the community.  



The 2016 MMPCIA Scholarship recipients are Janay Salter, a Freshman at College of St. Rose, and Jalen Stephenson, a Freshman at University of Maryland, Eastern Shore.  This year’s recipients and past scholarship recipients were recognized at the annual MMPCIA Midsummer Night Picnic on Thursday, July 14th, 2016.  If you would like to help support our neighborhood scholars, donate to the MMPCIA Scholarship Fund today. LINK


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Our Mission

The Mount Morris Park Community Improvement Association is a neighborhood non-profit 501(c)(3) dedicated to revitalizing and preserving our Historic District and beyond, to fostering an environment of open and active opportunities, and to reflecting a spectrum of voices, ideas and opinions of those who share the neighborhood.

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