The Dayton’s Bluff Community Council is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to fostering citizen participation and promoting neighborhood assets for all. Formed in 1971, the organization’s mission is to be a valuable community resource for organizing and supporting collaborative action by its stakeholders to improve the quality of life in Dayton’s Bluff.
DBCC programs serve homeowners, renters, youth, businesses and employees through engagement of community members in programs that focus on leadership, equity, economic development and quality housing. DBCC is part of St. Paul’s District Council system, which promotes inclusion of resident voices in issues and decisions of governmental agencies and elected officials.
The DBCC Mission Statement expresses how our council is committed to the community:
“To advance equity and enhance quality of life through partnerships and community engagement.”
Explore our site to learn about the wide variety of ways that we strive to accomplish this mission for all of Dayton’s Bluff community’s residents and businesses.