Magnolia Park / Blueberry Hill - Savannah,Georgia

Good to know:

If you are new to Magnolia Park / Blueberry Hill  or have a new neighbor, Packages about the Association as well as the Magnolia Park Pool along with applications are available now. For more  on this contact Donald Consos.

The Magnolia Park Pool is located on the corner of Morgan Street & Bacon Park Drive. For membership for the 2015 pool season,information of this Family Friendly Pool and other questions in regards to pool events, swimming lesson etc. Please contact Allison Johnston at: 912-692-1228.

Summer will be soon  here again and the pool is open to our neighborhood residents and members only.- Please stop by and see our wonderful pool, and become a member of the pool and neighborhood association. MPNA encourages all Magnolia Park residents to participate in our Association and become a pool member.

Read the editorial pieces from The Savannah Morning News and The Creative Coast News:


2015 Schedule of events:

April - December    Each month - Yard of The Month

2015 neighborhood events: Check our Facebook pages and newsletter in addition to below information

To sign up for the monthly newsletter, please email with the header "MPNA newsletter Request"

For any events or meeting information please contact the MPNA president Donald Consos.

He can be reached at 912- 303-0101 for information on the association and all related questions.

Don't forget to pay your annual MPNA dues of $15,- per household.

2015 MPNA meeting dates: Meetings are on a quarterly base on January 19th, April 20th, July 20th and  October 19th, 2015- Please check back for more information on special meetings. Always at 6.30PM at the Southside Baptist Church on Skidaway Rd.- if not noted otherwise.

2015 Pool Season: The pool opens on Memorial Day Weekend - May 23rd, 2015. The Weekend of May 16th,2015  is the " Test the Magnolia Park  Pool" weekend, with FREE admission for any interested party. For applications please contact

More 2015 Dates:

April 4th, 2015 - Second annual Neighborhood wide  Yard Sale. Be part of this great event and sell your " treasures". Cost per household to be part of the list $10.00. For more information , please email

July 4th, 2015 - Annual 4th of July Neighborhood Parade. Be part of this wonderful event, parade the Magnolia park Streets and end for a picnic at the pool.

In the News:

Magnolia Park/ Blueberry Hill neighborhood aims for Historic Place designation

The Truman Linear Trail "Saga" and impact on Magnolia Park  continues:

Magnolia Park 4th of July Parade 2015 coverage

Magnolia Park Neighborhood Association donates to the 200 Club

Coverage of Blue Light Week

Coverage of Magnolia Park's 4th of July Neighborhood Parade 2014 - A twenty year tradition

Magnolia Park Playground opens

Magnolia Park to get first class Food and Art venue

News about the Truman Linear Trail

Skidaway Road Project concerns of Magnolia Park residents voiced

4th of July 2012 -Annual Magnolia Park Parade & Picnic at the Pool

Savannah Morning News- Major Edna Jackson hands out " Good neighbor award" to Magnolia Park's Dan Murphy

Savannah Morning News- Magnolia Park " Birding Paradise"

Morning News - Magnolia Park turns out in numbers to cheers and assist for Rock n'Roll Marathon

 Green Source Magazine names October 2011 "Best Green Home":

Magnolia Park ready to Rock n' Roll:

WTOC and The Savannah Morning News covered our fabulous 4th of July Parade and Picnic at the pool.

Magnolia Park  Mid Century Modern Residence  to win prestigious President's Preservation award from the Historic Savannah Foundation- the home  is the first project South of Derenne receiving honors by the HSF.

The annual Magnolia Park Neighborhood Association Holiday Caroling event was held on December 06, 2010. The enchanting Holiday tradition was featured in the Savannah Morning News and online:

One of our featured neighborhood businesses got media attention  as  well:

The new website launch is featured on the NEWS Blog of The Creative Coast:

See "Abbey's story" by Magnolia Park Resident  Anne Hart featured on

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