McLaughlin is a culturally diverse neighborhood. Sections of this neighborhood are part of a Historic District of the City of Muskegon with some preserved Victorian era homes. There is a mixture of single and multiple-family homes throughout the area. Hackley Hospital is situated on the southern boundary of the neighborhood. Eleven churches are located throughout the area, as well as numerous doctors’ offices and businesses.
The McLaughlin Neighborhood Association was founded in 1985. McLaughlin was the first neighborhood in the City to have a neighborhood police officer, originating the citywide program for community officers.
Maintenance and Development of the McLaughlin Community Park
Together we are making progress toward our goals and, in doing so, are improving the quality of life in the McLaughlin area and the City of Muskegon.
McLaughlin Mission Statement
The McLaughlin Neighborhood Association (MNA) is a team of dedicated citizens working together with churches, schools, agencies, businesses, and other community-based organizations to enhance their capacity to create an improved quality of life for their neighborhood and the City of Muskegon.
- Maintenance and Development of the McLaughlin Community Park
- Safer Community
- Better Housing
- Stronger Families
- Neighborhood Human Services
Monthly Neighborhood Meetings
Meetings are held the third Monday of the month at 6:00pm.
September – May meetings are located at Bethany Church’s Community Ministries Center, 19 Hartford. June – August meetings are located at McLaughlin Community Park, corner of Terrace and Isabella.
Our General Membership Meetings are in March and October.
The MNA publishes a newsletter to inform residents of services and upcoming events.
Spring and Fall Dumpster Day
Twice a year, the MNA oversees Dumpster Day for all of our neighbors.
Members of the MNA Board of Directors serve on various committees and boards to represent the interests of the McLaughlin neighborhood.