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June 11-16: Miss-Lou Juneteenth Heritage & Soul Festival

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Bike the Parks Project: coming soon


Community Alliance of Natchez-Adams County

We are an umbrella 501c3 bringing together diverse partners from government, business, organizations and individuals. Our monthly community meetings are public discussions, open forums, project updates, and opportunities to get involved.

Meetings are open to the public. We believe people self-identify with this "community alliance." Any and all are welcome to join the conversation and participate in projects either on behalf themselves, a business, institution, or organization. But participation is real and tangible and what you make of it; we want participation to mean something. Please be a part of true collaboration: add your knowledge, skills and assets to a constructive conversation; champion community projects in your business, neighborhood or organization; or offer to lead and organize a community project you believe in. 

Community projects are discussed from concept to completion at public community meetings on the first Monday of each month at 4pm at the Historic Natchez Foundation.

Our Board of Directors includes members of local government, local businesses, local community organizations and concerned citizens. We have four member groups that operate under our 501(c)(3) umbrella status.


An ongoing work-in-progress list of resources to improve awareness and coordination of community development initiatives; list resources for people in need, workforce and small business development; and provide volunteering opportunities. 


The Community Alliance inaugural project: six miles of walking trails throughout downtown Natchez showcasing history, culture, downtown businesses, and the Mississippi River. 


Four member groups operate under our umbrella status as a 501(c)(3) corporation. All participate in the Alliance & are represented on the board.


Our mission statement and contact info. 

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CA in the News:

The Atlantic: "Can the South Make Room for Reconstruction?"