The Marshall Heights Civic Association was first formed in the late 1940s, unifying the community’s voice to demand much-needed city services for the area. As a result, the federal government constructed sidewalks, sewage, and storm drainage systems, erected utility poles for electricity, and opened the Capitol View Neighborhood Library to enhance the quality of life for residents.
The Association’s mission is to empower, protect, and advocate for the Marshall Heights community. We are focused on enhancing the civic betterment of the neighborhood and adjacent neighborhoods that are without adequate representation. We desire to guide the revitalization of the area to ensure that the preferences, culture, and traditions of residents are preserved and respected.