The Grandview Heights Citizens Association, Inc. is a voluntary neighborhood association that spearheads the neighborhood’s historic preservation and fundraising efforts. The association has organized a tour of historic homes since 1995, and proceeds from the home tour and other fundraisers have helped install historic street lights and beautify neighborhood common spaces.

The association’s voluntary board also arranges social activities to encourage neighbors to get to know one another, and maintains open communications among the neighborhood, city officials and private parties with an interest in the area. Grandview Heights residents and property owners have the option to join the association for $30 annually. In addition to supporting neighborhood causes, association members elect the board of directors, receive regular communication from the board about important neighborhood issues and have the right to be included on the neighborhood business directory.

The Grandview Heights Citizens Association is a not-for-profit corporation recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(4) charitable organization.

The association's key objectives are:
- Promote neighborhood safety
- Encourage communication and involvement within the neighborhood
- Communicate neighborhood needs to the City, County, other associations or other
external interested parties for the Grandview Heights Historic District
- Encourage residents to become familiar with and adhere to city codes
- Promote and support neighborhood beautification
- Promote the preservation of the neighborhood's historical character

If you would like to join the neighborhood's e-mail list or join the association, please click here to send an email to the association’s president, Dana Little.

Representatives of the Grandview Heights Citizens Association and West Palm Beach Mayor Lois Frankel at City Hall for the presentation of the neighborhood’s contribution to the City for infrastructure improvements in the neighborhood.