From the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association – Where Every Story Has Three Sides
The Neighborhood Revitalization Committee regularly meets the first Wednesday of every month at 7 pm. This committee focuses on implementing the LHENA Neighborhood Revitalization Program Phase II Action Plan and other revitalization strategies. The plan is divided into sections: housing; infrastructure; crime & safety; and youth, arts & commerce. Members serve on a volunteer basis and are elected to one-year terms at the annual meeting in April.
The Z&P Committee regularly meets the second Wednesday of every month at 6:30 pm. This committee reviews any project, development, or zoning request in the neighborhood. A good fit for anyone interested in city planning, architecture, and transportation.
The Branding Committee meets the second Thursday of each month and is tasked with redesigning LHENA’s logo and brand.
Jefferson Community School, Lower-level cafeteria, 1200 26th St.
Food and refreshments provided. Gather with neighbors, learn about volunteer opportunities! Run for and/or elect members to the LHENA Board of Directors and Neighborhood Revitalization Committee.
The LHENA Board of Directors regularly meets the third Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. LHENA’s mission is to represent the interests and values of Lowry Hill East residents, property and business owners to the larger community and government. The LHENA Board makes neighborhood building and land use recommendations to the City, maintains financial oversight of the organization, publishes The Wedge newspaper, organizes neighborhood social events, and serves as a forum for neighborhood concerns. Members serve on a volunteer basis and are elected to two-year terms at the annual meeting in April.
The Environmental Committee meets the fourth Wednesday of each month and focuses on activities related to sustainability. The committee also collaborates with surrounding neighborhood associations to reduce waste in Uptown.