Category Archives: Announcements

Neighborhood Day 2020

May 30, 2020 is Neighborhood Day at opening day of the Franklin Street Bazaar9:00am to 1:00pm

Many Neighborhood Associations from around the city and county will be participating with an activity or game as well as representatives to chat about their neighborhoods.

This special day has been set aside to create awareness of what neighborhoods do for our community and is a joint event with the Franklin Street Bazaar and United Neighborhoods of Evansville (UNOE).

Find us on the lawn of the EVPL’s West Branch Library, 2000 W Franklin Street, Evansville 47712

Visit our Facebook event & let us know we’ll see you there!

UNOE General Meeting – February 2020

Join us for our February General Meeting on Thurs., February 27, 2020, at 6:30pm at the C.K. Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville

PROGRAM:
Shaping Our Community’s Future
DMD Seeks Input on the City’s 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan
– Learn about the nature of the plan
– Have an opportunity to ask questions
– Share your thoughts about the path ahead

GUEST SPEAKER:
Kolbi Jackson, Community Development Coordinator
Department of Metropolitan Development

Take the online survey at https://bit.ly/2vdmvuB
More Info: https://bit.ly/3azQugp

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UNOE General Meeting – January 2020

Join us for our January General Meeting on Thurs., January 23, 2020, at 6:30pm at the C.K. Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville

PROGRAM: Our Homeless Neighbors: Situations, Services & Solutions
GUEST SPEAKER from Aurora
Natasha Goodge, Outreach Team Lead
www.auroraevansville.org

ELECTION OF OFFICERS:
This meeting will include the election of officers for the 2020 UNOE Board of Directors officers.
REMINDER: ONLY NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION UNOE REPRESENTATIVES CAN VOTE in the elections!
Please make sure your UNOE Representatives’ names & contact information are up-to-date with the UNOE office by 12:00noon before this meeting, so name badges can be readied!
Call or Email the info to 812-428-4243 or office@unoevansville.org

Download the January 2020 Newsletter to view the current nominees for the open positions:

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2019 Sparkplugs

During the 24th Annual Sparkplug Recognition Banquet,
Neighborhood Associations honored those
who have gone above and beyond
to support and assist their neighbors and their neighborhood in 2019.

Join us for a year-end look back at
our winners who have positively ignited others!

To all of you, thank you for all that you do to
preserve, enhance, and promote
the Evansville and Vanderburgh County Neighborhoods!

EWSU Holiday Reminder

Click here to watch the 30 second FOG video.

Don’t Put FOG – Fats, Oils and Grease –
Down the Drain This Holiday Season

The Evansville Water & Sewer Utility has asked us to share this message as we head into the holidays. Follow EWSU on Facebook.

As families gather to celebrate Thanksgiving and the holiday season with traditional meals, the Evansville Water and Sewer Utility (EWSU) reminds everyone to put FOG – fats, oils and grease – from holiday cooking in the trash to avoid clogged drain. To underscore this message, EWSU is launching a public service campaign to raise awareness about the importance of keeping FOG from damaging pipes in homes and our city’s sewer system.

People often don’t realize that every drop of fat, oil or grease that does down the drain will end up in the sewer line. As FOG collects in sewers it can form large clogs that can damage pipes and cause sewage to back up into homes, eventually reaching local streams and wetlands.

The EWSU FOG billboards and video public service announcements encourage everyone to “Cool It. Can It. Throw it Away. Put FOG in the trash, not the sink!” Fifteen billboards with the FOG holiday message are located on high traffic thoroughfare across the city. The FOG videos, featuring EWSU Director Allen Mounts, are available online offering simple tips on things you can do at home to eliminate FOG.

Cool It. Can It. Throw it Away.

Put FOG in the trash, not the sink!

Visit www.ewsu.com to learn more.

Click here to access the EWSU Videos YouTube Channel.
Click here to watch the 30 second FOG video.
Click here to watch the 60 second FOG video.
Click here to watch the 2 minute 28 second FOG video with several tips and information behind this requested practice.

24th Annual Sparkplug Recognition Banquet

24th Annual Sparkplug Recognition Banquet
Thurs., Oct. 24, 2019

5:30 pm – Registration begins
6:15 pm – Dinner; 7:00 pm – Program
Tropicana Executive Conference Center, Walnut Rooms
421 NW Riverside Dr, Evansville, IN 47708

Our Presenting Sponsor

“It’s a Beautiful Day in Every Neighborhood”
featuring our
KEYNOTE SPEAKER
Charlie Stocker
The Garden Guy
MUSIC
before/during dinner by
Gina Moore
with Bob Green, Pianist

***REGISTRATION IS CLOSED***

Registration Information

The cost for both UNOE Neighborhood Association members and guests is $18.00 per person and must be paid in advance by the deadline of Thursday, October 10, 2019.
View your Dinner Choices.

FORMS
  • Neighborhood Associations registering as a group should download the Sparkplug Banquet Registration Packet for all the forms needed.
  • Individuals/Groups/Organizations not registering with a Neighborhood Association can use the Basic Registration Form.

Sparkplug Award Nominations

Each Neighborhood Association may nominate one individual, group, business, or organization that resides in your neighborhood to receive your neighborhood Sparkplug Award at the banquet.

Reflect on who has gone above and beyond to help their neighbors and their neighborhood. Consider “Why does this person or group deserve this award?” as you select your Sparkplug Award nominee.

Nominations must be received at the UNOE office by Thu., October 10, 2019.
Use the Sparkplug Award Nomination Form in the registration packet to submit your Neighborhood’s award winner.
Take a peek back at 2017 winners and 2018 winners.

Door Prizes: Baskets & Wreaths

The basket raffle has proven to be one of the highlights of the evening!

Neighborhood Associations are asked to participate by making a themed basket or wreath for a door prize which those in attendance are eligible to win.

Use the Door Prize Donation Form in the registration packet to let the UNOE office know of your donation by Thu., October 10, 2019.

Neighborhood Photos Sought

Each Neighborhood Association may submit up to 5 photos of persons, projects, buildings, etc. that show something positive about your association’s work and/or your neighborhood’s assets or both, while trying to tie in with the banquet’s theme.

A one-line caption should accompany each photo. The photos with captions will be used in a PowerPoint presentation at the banquet.

Photos must be delivered/mailed to the UNOE office or emailed to office@unoevansville.org by Thursday, October 10, 2019.

Sponsorship Ads

The program booklet still has room for a few sponsorship ads.
For details on the sponsorship levels, download the Sponsorship Letter.
Sponsorship forms and art for ads are due to the UNOE office by Tuesday, October 1, 2019. NOTE EARLIER DATE THAN OTHER DEADLINES
(Dimensions for ads are noted on the form. If you’ve sponsored in the past, please note the changes for this year.)

LEARN MORE

Candidates’ Forum – UNOE September General Meeting 2019

Join us for the 2019 Candidates’ Forum during our September General Meeting on Thurs., Sep. 266:00pm at the C.K. Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Rec Room.

Candidates in contested races have been invited to speak.

Contested Race Candidates Invited
  • Mayor of Evansville
  • City Council – 1st Ward
  • City Council – 2nd Ward
  • City Council – 3rd Ward
  • City Council – 4th Ward
  • City Council – 5th Ward
  • City Council – 6th Ward
  • City Council At-Large

Each candidate will be given 2 minutes to speak, introducing themselves and their issues. Then, you’ll have an opportunity to ask questions and hear their replies.

For offices with uncontested races, the candidates will not be given time to speak, but are encouraged to attend.

We look forward to meeting the candidates, hearing about their campaigns, key issues and how their concerns relate to neighborhoods and the people who reside within them.
The public is always welcome.

TOOLS FOR VOTERS

Online Voter Registration for Indiana residents
Indiana Voter Profile – Register to vote. Checking voting status. Find voting locations.
Absentee Voting – Information and deadlines
Download the IN.gov app – The IN.gov app acts as a warehouse for all of the apps offered by the State of Indiana.
Vanderburgh County Voter Registration – 812-435-5222 – 1 NW Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Civic Center Room 214, Evansville
Precinct Maps – Vanderburgh County


UNOE Hosting Traveling City Hall August 2019

United Neighborhoods of Evansville (UNOE) will host the August Traveling City Hall meeting on Wednesday, August 28, from 5:30-7:00pm at the EVPL Annex at 320 SE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

The meeting also features a Summer Grill presented by e is for everyone. Volunteers with e is for everyone will be grilling hot dogs and hamburgers for Traveling City Hall participants. A limited quantity of food will be available along with e is for everyone giveaways, while supplies last.

Join in on this opportunity to learn about the “e” community initiative and some exciting activities planned this summer to promote the e is for everyone brand.

UNOE will share information about our organization’s services and upcoming UNOE and member Neighborhood events.

City department heads will be available to talk one-on-one with city residents about any issue involving local government.

The event is free and open to everyone.

Parking is available on the street and in the EVPL lot at Cherry & ML King Blvd (near the stoplight). Look for the UNOE tent and signs on the lawn along Cherry St.

UNOE General Meeting – August 2019

Join us for our August General Meeting on Thurs., August 22, 2019, at 6:30pm at the CK Newsome Community Center, 100 Walnut St., Evansville

PROGRAM:
Life on the Beat—A Reality-based Simulation Where YOU Play the Role of a Police Officer
Gain an officer’s perspective on why police officers do the things they do

GUEST SPEAKERS from Evansville Police Department:
~ Sergeant Jason Cullum
~ Officer Philip Smith
~ Safety Officer Don Swain
~ Sergeant Steve Kleeman

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