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UNOE’s April newsletter is online! Click here to read!
UNOE staff and volunteers, along with the Department of Metropolitan Development, are still hard at work getting geared up for the Regional Neighborhood Network Conference coming up October 5-7 at the Old National Events Plaza! Right now we are very focused on making sure we have incredible workshops for our attendees!
Are you a dynamic speaker and leader? Do you have a concept, idea or successful program that would benefit other communities? Contact us! You can email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are ready to dive in, online workshop forms and printable pdfs are available at www.rnnc2017.com/workshops.
We look forward to your ideas!
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.
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!