Join us in ROW

New Member Sign-Up
Anyone who shares the ROW Vision and  lives between Red Cross and Queen Streets, from Eighth to the River, is eligible to become a VOTING MEMBER.  Anyone living elsewhere who is concerned about issues affecting the downtown area may become a FRIEND of ROW, but cannot vote in ROW meetings.
Dues:  Annual Membership dues for both voting members and friends are $15 for an individual and $25 for a household.
Meetings:  Membership meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month (except June, July, August, & December) at 6:00 PM. Locations are determined by the Membership Chair. See the Front Page of this Website or the newsletter for up-to-date location information.
Notices of meetings and locations and other activities are published in the Newsletter distributed to paid members and friends.
It's easy to join ROW, just click HERE for our registration page. 
Existing Member Renewal
Current members can renew their membership on the Members Only Page.
Fostering Neighborliness in Our Historic Community Since 1973
Residents of Old Wilmington, Inc. is a not-for-profit downtown neighborhood association. ROW has been fostering neighborliness in our historic community for over forty years.  Membership provides a delightful opportunity to meet and socialize with your neighbors.
Over the years ROW has influenced many policy issues and contributed to numerous community projects.  The following is only a partial listing of its varied accomplishments:
  • Donating resources to beautification projects including Market and Castle Streets, the Southern Hospitality sculpture downtown, the urban park adjacent to the main library, the City's matching grant tree program, brick street restoration, and the Tileston School brick wall.
  • Providing support to several downtown cultural institutions:  the Railroad Museum, Bellamy Mansion, the Burgwin-Wright House, Thalian Hall, and the Historic Wilmington Foundation.
  • Collaborating with public and private organizations working to resolve some of the problems that plague downtown neighborhoods (DARE, Downtown Community Watch, Wilmington Historic Preservation Commission and Downtown Wilmington Association).
  • Creating social bonds by hosting an annual holiday party, summer picnic and fall membership party.