Old Farm Neighborhood Association

Live here? Post photos, update information, and join the conversation!

Welcome to your new website!



Old Farm Neighborhood Association (OFNA) was established by its residents to maintain and improve the quality of life in the Old Farm Subdivision, the community, the city and county of Durham, North Carolina.

 OFNA consist of volunteer residents that meet monthly to discuss and take actions on issues important to us.   The Association works closely with the Partner Against Crime District Two (PAC2), Inter Neighborhood Council (INC), and
  National Night Against Crime (NNO).



Find a Property Manager

Get a free quote from a local property manager.


Start New

Join the conversation! Find all of the latest neighborhood issues and concerns.

History of Old Farm

As a proud resident of the Old Farm Community.  I always heard things about Old Farm before blacks moved out to Old Farm.  I would love to get information on what was on the land of Old Farm... more
Started: May 4th 2017Replies: 0

Home Safety Tips

Checklist For Going Out-of-Town: Leave a light on somewhere in the house, preferably on a timer; Have someone move your garbage can, yard waste cans, and recycling bin back into place; Have someone... more
Started: May 9th 2005Replies: 0

Sewer Line Repair

I live at 602 Red Carriage Avenue. Recently, I ask the city?’s sewer maintenance depart to clean out my sewer line. The city sewer maintenance crew accessed my main sewer line at the curb and... more
Started: February 28th 2005Replies: 0

Neighborhood Resource Guide

Find essential information for homeowners, associations, and the community.
Mortgage Fraud: How to Protect Yourself!
Sad Don’t become the victim of mortgage fraud. Learn about common mortgage scams and steps you can take to protect yourself. Mortgage fraud is on the rise. In 2009, the FBI investigated 67,190 mortgage...
Environmentally-Friendly Landscaping
Grdntools_th Traditional landscaping and current landscape maintenance practices, while frequently meeting human needs and aesthetics, sometimes have unintended harmful impacts. The clearing of native woodlands and other...
Advertise Here!

Promote Your Business or Product for $10/mo


For just $10/mo you can promote your business or product directly to nearby residents. Buy 12 months and save 50%!

Free HOA Newsletter!
Instant Home Value!