Noma has evolved as the needs of Safe Streets created in 1996, NoMa was born out of its partner organization the community has changed. NoMa Currently is partnered with over 10 local agencies that are dedicated to maintaining Binghamton's West Side through revitalization and community connection.
NoMa is creating partnerships that will assist in bridging the gap between residents, businesses, and the local community by providing a hub of collective resources, events, and local programs. NoMa currently is housed in the Empowerment Center on 85 Walnut Street.
NoMa (North of Main) is a community organization on Binghamton New York's west side, located between Front Street, Jarvis Street, Main Street, and the Southern Tier Line railroad tracks.
The blossoming neighborhood boasts a rich history of houses and landmarks. The neighborhood is home to a diverse population of residents ranging from homeowners, renters, families, seniors, students, and young professionals. NoMa is comprised of a partnership of local residents, small business owners, community organizations, and local leaders invested in maintaining the quality of life, and growth of their historic neighborhood.