About Save Chelsea
SAVE CHELSEA is a community-based organization established to protect the residential character of Chelsea and the quality of life for all residents of our neighborhood. We do this by maintaining an open line of communication among the individual residents and institutions of the neighborhood, government agencies, and other organizations active in Chelsea. We are concerned with preserving the integrity of Chelsea’s Historic Districts and buildings and maintaining as varied a mix as possible of economic, social, and generational populations in our neighborhood. Our membership includes over 800 individuals and families. Our leadership includes representatives of many other community-based organizations such as The Council of Chelsea Block Associations, Chelsea Coalition on Housing, Chelsea-Elliot Tenants Association, Chelsea Reform Democratic Club, and PTA members from local Public Schools. We welcome you to join us!
Save Chelsea Trustees
The 15 trustees that lead SAVE CHELSEA are from a variety of backgrounds and professions, which include education, economics, banking, law, publishing, journalism, and historic preservation advocacy. Together, the trustees bring a wealth of experience and understanding of Chelsea -- past and present -- to our organization.
Save Chelsea Board
First Vice President:
Current Save Chelsea board members, Spring 2020:
• Thuy Pham
Former Save Chelsea Presidents:
•Justin Hoy, Co-President
Former Board Members:
•Councilmember Corey Johnson
• Karen Jacob
•Peter Basta Brightbill
Save Chelsea E-Newsletter
In the effort to increase communications, to broaden our membership, and keep current members informed about important issues in the Chelsea community, this is the second in a series of online newsletters that will be updated and distributed electronically throughout the coming months. In addition to being informative, the newsletter will provide an easy sign-up for new members, take donations via PayPal, and provide space for members to make SAVE CHELSEA aware of new issues, concerns, and events in the Chelsea neighborhood.
Share with us: Ideas and Issues
SAVE CHELSEA needs your ideas. Let us be your voice. If you are interested in what we are doing, send your email address to (way quicker, way greener, and way cheaper than postal mail). Tell us your concerns and your ideas. How do you see Chelsea in 2 years? In 10 years?