The Brady Street Area Association (BSAA) was formed in 1988. It is comprised of area neighbors and merchants who were interested in the development of this unique street.  The group is dedicated to sustaining the Brady Street Area neighborhood for the local residents and businesses. All members are encouraged to participate to make the Brady Street Area one of the best neighborhoods in the city! To subscribe to our monthly newsletter, please consider becoming a member.

The Brady Street Area Association board meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month, 6:30 pm at 1224 (LR) E. Brady St. All are welcome. 

To learn how to become a click here: Membership Application

Brady Street Area Association Board

Officers:

  • Lynn Forthaus – President
  • Tina Klose – Vice President
  • Dan Marusic – Treasurer
  • Ruthie Weatherly – Secretary

Directors:

  • Teresa Morton
  • Shelby Ingersoll
  • Stephanie Salvia
  • Grant Gehweiler
  • Donny Menefee
  • Michael Glorioso
  • Bryce Clark
  • Jon Richards
  • John Germanotta
  • Bill Zalenski
  • John Connelly
  • Andrew Klain
  • Josh Adams
  • Richard Orton
  • Pat Hatem

 

 The Brady Street BID

The Brady Street Area Association work closely with the The Brady Street BID. The Brady Street Business Improvement District (BID#11) branched out of the Association in the early 1990s. The BID’s first project included new lighting to promote safety in the neighborhood, along with beautification efforts such as benches, new street signs, garbage cans, and bike racks. It was around this time that Brady Street also became an historical district. Other projects included the building of the marsupial bridge, a walking bridge that connects Brady St. with Commerce St. on the opposite side of the Milwaukee river underneath the Holton St. viaduct; and the Green Flow project displaying pictographs in our concrete between the road and the sidewalk. Today, the BID, which represents all of the businesses on Brady Street, and BSAA work together to support Brady Street area and its continued growth. Brady Street BID