Cedar Grove Civic Association

CGCA 80th Anniversary | April 28

Cedar Grove Civic Association has been in existence for 80 consecutive years!!
They have a lot to of accomplishments to be proud of as a neighborhood and community. 
They have created a committee to put together this event to bring folks together from the last 80 years to celebrate the history. That's the history of past civic presidents, engaged citizens, local elected officials, and new neighbors alike and ALL are invited to attend. It's a fun evening of celebration, of memories, history, and maybe even new ventures and friendships created. 

They will acknowledge this year's Good Neighbor (Theresa Lohmar) and Good Business Award (Greenhill's Bakery) as well as give the Ray Donahoe Lifetime Achievement Award to Gerard Adomunes of Gerard's Restaurant at this event instead of the general monthly May meeting. 

When: Thurs, April 28, 6pm >> Read More

Cedar Grove Civic Association Meeting | June 9

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Join Cedar Grove Civic at their next monthly meeting!

-Student Scholarships given out (thanks to the great support of the Adam's Village Businesses)
-Rob Consalvo, Deputy Director of the City of Boston Home Center, to discuss its programs
-Vote on the Restaurant Proposal at 11 Granite Avenue (formerly Hollywood Video) to be named Sam Maverick's.
This vote is being made on the concept of a restaurant at this location. If the neighborhood supports the concept the proponent will move forward with applications to the City of Boston.

***Please note: In order to vote, you must be a paid member for at least a month. We do encourage everyone to be involved and to attend. Yearly memberships run like the school calendar year September-June as the civic association does not have regularly scheduled meetings in the summer.***


When: Tuesday Night June 9th,


Where: Fr. Lane Hall/St.Brendan Church

15 Rita Road, Dorchester

For more info: https://www.facebook.com/CedarGroveCivic >> Read More

Cedar Grove Civic Association Meeting | March 13 2012

The March 2012 Cedar Grove Civic Association Meeting had an attendance of about 25, and was held in Father Lane Hall of St. Brendan's Church. The meeting began with a report from C-11, concerning recent crime in Cedar Grove and things to look out for. Suffolk County Register of Deeds Mickey Roache updated the community on changes in the Homestead Act. For more information about the Homestead Act, and applications, please click here. Jim Mansfield of the Boston Transportation Department discussed the implications of the new "Do Not Enter" signs on St. Brendan Road. From 7:30 to 8:15, drivers will not be able to take a left onto St. Brendan Road from Milton St. due to the fact that school is in session. >> Read More

Cedar Grove Civic Association



Hours of operation (or meeting times & dates): 

Meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm


15 Rita Road St. Brendan's Church, Fr. Lane Hall
Dorchester, MA
United States
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