Alvord Boulevard Neighborhood Association
One of the most desirable areas in the Evansville area is undeniably Alvord Boulevard. Alvord Boulevard Neighborhood Association (ABNA) was formed on December 7, 1992, by Judge William H. Miller. Judge Miller and neighbors, Ralph N. Paddock, Jack Kinkle and Chris Meuth organized the association within the boundaries of Weinbach Avenue, Washington Avenue, Boeke Road, and what is now the Lloyd Expressway.
The purpose of the association was stated: “to exercise, promote and protect the privileges and interests of the Alvord Boulevard Neighborhood of Evansville, Indiana; to foster a healthy interest in the affairs of the Alvord Boulevard Neighborhood; to engage in such activities as will preserve and maintain Alvord Boulevard and make the neighborhood bordering said Boulevard a more wholesome place to reside; and to disseminate such information as shall be useful for its members in their home lives and residents of the Alvord Boulevard neighborhood.”
Since that time, the association has been a conduit for neighbors to connect socially, a resource for the residents and community to promote a cleaner city, a partner to beautify the landscape, and a mechanism to minimize/eliminate crime. Our neighborhood association activities include the “Spring Clean-Up”, where residents work collectively to tidy their own properties as well as common areas such as the median. The association works closely with the City of Evansville to maintain the city property of the Boulevard from the grass to our stately shade trees.
Early June brings the popular, annual neighborhood yard sale. To celebrate the holidays, we brighten the Boulevard with the longstanding tradition of our spectacular luminaries on Christmas Eve. In summary, ABNA helps make our neighborhood a great place to live!
President: Anne Basden
Vice President: Vacant
Secretary/Treasurer: Julie Blevins
Representatives: Anne Basden & Julie Blevins
Date: Last Tuesday of the month (Feb – May & Sep – Nov)
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Harper Elementary School, 21 S Alvord Blvd or The Slice
Please e-mail Anne Basden at email@example.com for meeting information.
This neighborhood is in the East Sector on Beat 2
Crime Prevention Officer (CPO): Kevin Corbin 812-485-3061
Meeting Date/Time: See EPD Police Sector page for current schedule.
Location: Crime Prevention Office, CK Newsome Center, 100 E Walnut St., Suite 100, Evansville, IN 47713
Boundaries & Map
Perimeter: 2.2 miles
Area: 64 acres
Download the KML file here. Map and KML file updated 08/09/2021