Letter from the FIA President

We are a community unlike any other in the city, whether that be for the beauty of the tree-lined boulevards, the varied character of the homes, the close-knit community, or the collective history that has shaped Frontier over the years. These are the things that uniquely define Frontier and make it a special place in which to live and grow up, and has been a driving force behind the return of many families to the neighborhood.


We each have our own stories when we come to Frontier. However, it is the collective story, the one that makes Frontier so special, that is the focus for the Board. Our Board of Directors is passionate about, and as committed as ever, to seeing that we continue to enhance that which makes Frontier a special place. As Shakespeare said, ‘What is past is prologue’ - the things we’ve held precious regarding Frontier should be our guide moving forward while writing the next chapter in our collective story. Let’s leverage the rich heritage of Frontier while writing that chapter.

As your new President of the Frontier Improvement Association (FIA) Board of Directors, I’d like to thank you for your continued support. I’m excited about the list of initiatives being considered for the upcoming year, and I encourage everyone to take an active role in them and the community building events that are scheduled.
Sincerely,
Jeff Stempora
FIA Board President

Beer & Wine club

Wine & Cheese or Beer & Pretzels?  Whatever your choice come join us for this new club developing in the neighborhood.  We would like to meet a few times a year for sampling and socializing.

garden Club

Do you love gardening?  A time where we can share tips, ideas, seeds and cuttings as well as make new friends and learn something new.  No dues.  

Frontier Clubs

Joining a Frontier club is a great way to meet your neighbors. Check out some of the fun clubs below that are currently open to any Frontier resident past or present. If you have join a current club, have an idea or would like to start a club, please email: info@frontierassociation.com 

New Neighbor Form

Fill out the form below to have your name, email and phone number added to the directory and to join our mailing list. If you would like to add a spouse, you can do that as well. *By providing this information you are agreeing to let FIA publish your information in the neighborhood directory and to be added to email list. We do not share your information with anyone outside of the directory. 


New to the Neighborhood?

​If you are new to the Frontier neighborhood, let me introduce you to the Frontier Improvement Association. If you read a little of our history you will see we were formed in 1931 and have been taking care of Frontier ever since.  We want to welcome you to the neighborhood and encourage you to get involved in our community.  There are a several ways:

  • Fill out the new neighbor form to be added to our directory and email distribution list
  • Join our neighborhood social media group to make sure you are getting the latest on news and events
  • Pay dues or make a donation to the association if they haven't been paid for this year
  • Check out the current events on the home page
  • Think about joining one of our open clubs listed below

WELCOME TO FRONTIER

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FIA Dues

For your convenience, we offer the ability to pay your annual dues to the Frontier Improvement Association online at any time.






Click on the PAY DUES NOW button above. You will be directed to a secure PayPal payment portal
Log in to your PayPal account OR to pay by credit card, click on the 'Pay with a Debit or Credit Card' under the: Pay with my PayPal Account section. An email confirmation will be sent to youThank you for your continued support.

Pay Dues Via Check
Make checks payable to:
Frontier Improvement Association
Mail Payments to:
Christina Katen
FIA Treasurer
522 Seminole Drive
Erie, PA  16505

If you missed the March 1 due date, a late fee will be assessed.

Book Club

We’re not your normal book club. Our book club is about getting to know our neighbors. Reading and/or discussing the book isn't a requirement, it's just a bonus.