Established in 1993, the McKinney Historic Neighborhood Association (MHNA) supports an eclectic mix of history, culture, architecture and people! As the 2nd largest historic district in the State of Texas, we strive to cultivate, maintain, preserve and promote the
“small town feeling” of our special neighborhood.
A strong sense of community is shared with a bold love for the friendly, quirky charm that makes us unique.
We are committed to growing our neighborhood through meaningful relationships.
A variety of planned activities bring our unique community together:
• Informative General Meetings
• Charity Events
• Happy Hours
• Ladies’/Men’s Night Out
• Summer Family Party
• Annual Christmas Party
People like you bring these vibrant elements to life. Many of our MHNA members serve on local boards and commissions of the city and are active non-proﬁt volunteers. We have talented musicians and artists with home studios as well as members with other successful businesses. We also have members who own shops on the Square in downtown McKinney.
These elements are what have been attracting members to the MHNA for over 25 years and what contributes to keeping the City of McKinney “Unique by Nature.”
Our sense of community is strong!
We foster a friendly, safe and inviting neighborhood that supports and promotes the welfare of all. We make a difference by contributing to several local non-proﬁt groups such as:
- Samaritan Inn
• Collin County Food Pantry
• Chestnut Square
• Heard Museum
• History Museum