News and Upcoming Events:

The InTown Macon bylaws have been updated and approved at the last association meeting by those present. We are posting them here for your opportunity to offer feedback. The main focus of the update was to adjust the numbers required to conduct business.

The 2014 Intown Macon Magnolia Street Soapbox Derby is coming - this year Soapbox Saturday is April 12th. If you are interested in forming a team and building a car everyone is welcome. We are also looking for partners to help us continue to bring this great free family event to Macon. Join us for live music, food, the kids big wheel race, the derby race, and more.

The 2014 Men of InTown Calendars are available for purchase. This year's calendars feature fun photos of men that live, work, and play InTown and coupons from local businesses and events. Order yours today online here. Or visit the Macon Arts Alliance to purchase a copy.

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Home of Macon's Safest Neighborhood!

Statistics show that our neighborhoods are the safest in Macon.  With great neighbors, events, parks, shopping, dining, and facilities InTown Macon is the place to be.

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About Us
Founded in 1974, the InTown Macon Neighborhood Association works to protect and improve the quality of life for residents. We offer many social activities for our members, but we also work to preserve and enhance the historic residential character of our neighborhood. Through our Historic Development Committee, we advocate appropriate and sensitive development in our district and its surroundings.

We truly believe we live in the best part of Macon. Our buildings are not just precious historic resources with interesting architectural details, high ceilings, plaster mouldings, stained glass, and fine wood floors. These buildings have housed, entertained, and educated generations of Maconites. They have witnessed cultural, political, and religious activities that shaped this city. As residents, we consider ourselves stewards of a valuable legacy.