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In order to best serve the community, the Massena Neighborhood Watch program is comprised of "sectors" that each has its own representatives. Those representatives help connect their neighbors to the program -- bringing information to them and gathering their concerns about activities occurring in their neighborhoods. Sector members also meet to share issues they are having in their neighborhoods and identify possible solutions. Then, the entire Neighborhood Watch group reviews common concerns and identifies ways to address them.
The sectors include:
North: all streets north of the Grasse River
Central: all streets located between the Grasse River and Route 37, from the village limits on the west to Railroad Street / Curtis Avenue on the east
South: all streets south of Route 37 and those located north of 37 between Railroad Street and the Village limits to the east
To email your concerns to the Neighborhood Watch Representatives in your sector, view the current contact list and send a message to your representative.
Report A Concern
To be effective, Neighborhood Watch needs help from residents in all areas to report problems and suspicious activities in their neighborhoods. Refer to the "What To Report" section below, contact the right authorities, bring it to the attention of your Neighborhood Watch Representative or come to one of the Neighborhood Watch meetings.
If you would like more information or want to join this important "neighbor helping neighbor" community program, please contact Neighborhood Watch Coordinator Joe Gray at 764-5456 or send him an email.