December 2021 UNOE Newsletter


  • Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) Update – Blaine Oliver from the Area Plan Commission provides an update on the Unified Development Ordinance.
  • Nominating Committee Report – Lists current slate of candidates for seats on the UNOE Board.
  • Election of Officers – Explains who is eligible to vote for members of the UNOE Board.
  • COVID-19 Resources – Check out the updated COVID-19 Community Resources on the website, including a Self-Checker.
  • Vacant Buildings – EFD is seeking assistance in identifying vacant buildings in Evansville to assist with fire and emergency situations.
  • Fall Leaf Pickup – Includes pickup dates and regulations.
  • General Meeting Schedule – Lists the UNOE General Meeting dates for 2022.
  • Back the Vax – An initiative from the Vanderburgh County Health Department.
  • Clean up Events – Including Clean Evansville and Recycling Days.
  • Heating Assistance – Provides information about staying safe and warm during the winter as well as ways to save money on your heating bill.
  • Winter Storms – Explains the different types of Winter Storm Alerts, as well as precautions to take to remain safe during winter weather.
  • Financial Planning – Provides steps to establish a savings plan for emergencies.
  • Allergy-Friendly Gardening – Meagan Diss Urban Agriculture Educator for the Purdue Extension informs us of plants that cause allergies.
  • Neighborhood Watch – How to form a Neighborhood Watch
  • “What’s Happening” – A look at upcoming events in December at the C.K. Newsome Center.
  • RepresentUs – The organization behind the American Anti-Corruption Act, and why it is important.

2019 Sparkplugs

This fall, during the 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!