March General Meeting- The Promise Zone!

The March General UNOE Meeting will focus on the Promise Zone! Silas Matchem from ECHO Housing Group will be there to seek resident input on projects impacting the area and potential grant. This is an excellent opportunity for residents in these areas to come and have their voices heard about what projects are desired and where funding should go!

UNOE’s General March Meeting will be held March 23, 2017, at the C.K. Newsome Center at 6:30 PM. Visit our FB event and let us know you plan to attend!



United Neighborhoods of Evansville is now accepting applications for Office Assistant.

The Office Assistant reports directly to the Operations Manager and provides staff support functions to the Board of Directors and neighborhood associations as directed by the Operations Manager. The Office Assistant regularly works 18 hours a week.
Specific duties include but are not limited to the following:

• Answering telephones
• Answering E-mail
• Keeping monthly city control sheets
• Preparing monthly contact tally sheets (list for city report)
• Keeping lists of neighborhood association presidents, officers and representatives current
• Keeping the list of free copies available to each neighborhood association
• Update new officers to newsletter database and E-mail distribution list
• Assist with newsletter preparation, folding and sealing
• Taking bulk mailing, checks and paper work to the Post Office
• Mailing postage receipts to neighborhood associations
• Filing UNOE newsletters, committee minutes and sign-in sheets
• Filing neighborhood association papers and newsletters
• Keeping Rolodexes and Contact lists current
• Preparing Board of Directors packets
• Preparing General Meeting packets
• Keeping representatives badges current
• Printing sign-in sheets
• Updating neighborhood association lists current
• Inventory supplies
• Proofing
• Keeping copies of office forms current and copy as needed, such as small and large tool kits
• Counting petty cash
• Providing clerical support to neighborhood associations

Qualifications include:
• Ability to work well with people
• Computer skills
• Communication skills
• Knowledge of office procedure
• Strong Computer skills
• Basic Accounting skills
• Knowledge of Quickbooks
• Attention to detail
• Punctual and Reliable
• Knowledge of Work, PDF, Excel and Publisher formats is very helpful

Please send resume’s to


Membership Forms Now Online!

Instructions and forms for registering your neighborhood with UNOE and the city of Evansville are now available on our website!

At this time they are available as printable PDF forms that can be mailed or brought into the office, but we hope to make these available as online forms soon. Click the above image to find the benefits of membership, instructions and forms.

Citizen’s Concern Portal

Have you heard of the Citizen’s Concern Portal app? This app was developed by the city of Evansville to aid our citizens in reporting crimes and concerns they might see while out and about. Our February General meeting will feature a demonstration and training on this important resource for Evansville.

This month’s general meeting is Thursday, Feb 23 at 6:30 PM at the C.K. Newsome Center. We will also be discussing the Regional Neighborhood Network Conference, coming to Evansville Oct 5-7. UNOE and DMD are hard at work planning this conference and we can’t wait to update you on what we’ve been doing!

Congrats to the New Slate of UNOE Officers!

UNOE would like to congratulate our new slate of officers for 2017!

President: Brent Jackson
Presidents Neighborhood Association

Sr. Vice President: Fred Mulfinger
Lamasco Neighborbood Association

Secretary: Linda Jones
CHAIN Neighborhood Association

Treasurer– Kelly Al Nashmi
Greater Lincolnshire Neighborhood Association

Regional Vice Presidents
East– Steve and Susan Harp
Oak Hill NA

South– Rocky and Kathy Rosa
Tepe Park NA

West– Bob and Jenny Thomas
Diamond Stringtown NA

Board Members at Large
Leonard Collins
Goosetown NA

Nancy Currie
Plaza Park NA

Richard Eich
Arcadian Acres NA

Jenny Triggs
Helfrich NA

Lucy Williams
Glenwood NA


Call for Presenters for RNNC 2017!

The Regional Neighborhood Network Conference is in a few short months! October may seem a long way away but for the planners, time is short. UNOE and the Department of Metropolitan Development will be bringing this conference to Evansville for the first time since 2003. Mark your calendars now! We are seeking workshop presenters for the Regional Neighborhood Network Conference, October 5th-7th!

Our theme is “Neighborhoods: Where Life Happens.” Do you have a presentation or a passion that fits with our concept? We’d love to hear from you. Below there is an online form you can fill out. If you prefer, you can also print out your form, fill it out and mail it into the UNOE office or walk it in during office hours, Monday through Thursday, 9:00 am to 3:00 PM. Check out to learn more about the conference, and give us a call at (812) 428-4243 or email if you have any questions.

Create your own user feedback survey

RNNC RFP Workshop Form

Regional Neighborhood Network Conference

United Neighborhoods of Evansville, in association with the City of Evansville, is honored to present the Regional Neighborhood Network Conference this October 6-8! This conference, now in it’s 31st year, brings together movers and shakers from 5 states across the Midwest to a weekend designed to inspire your community!

Our website, is currently under construction. In the meantime, like our Facebook page for updates. Information on registration, speakers, tours, and awards coming soon!

2017 Membership Packets Coming!



The 2017 UNOE Membership packets will be mailed to all 2016 Neighborhood Association presidents at the beginning of January. If you are a NA president please fill out all of the paperwork and return the required forms to the UNOE office.

We are asking this year that those of you who would rather receive an UNOE newsletter via email to please check the box under your officer information. This not only saves time but also printing and postage.  Be sure to keep us updated with any new addresses, phone numbers or emails as we get requests for the latest NA information from the city and other organizations throughout the year.

Also please consider signing up for one of the  committees that are listed in the packet. If  you want more information on the various committees you can call the office at (812) 428-4243 or email Your cooperation helps the office run smoothly!


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