South Lincoln Park Area
The mission of SLPANA is to promote and maintain a safe, secure, clean, attractive, friendly, and supportive neighborhood.
South Lincoln Park Area Neighborhood Association was formed in 2003 by our original founding board composed of the following neighbors: Roger Bacon, Earl Kirk, George Klinger, Sid Peterson, Fred Schnautz, Chuck Taylor, and Ted Ubelhor. Its area is bordered by Lloyd Expressway on the north, up to Alvord Boulevard on the east, Mulberry Street on the south, and up to Weinbach Avenue on the west.
Our neighborhood is 90% residential with Methodist Temple as the largest structure within our boundaries. It is a well-blended neighborhood with a mix of all ages. Several of the houses in our association have been rented to students at nearby University of Evansville.
The Association’s mission is to promote and maintain a safe, secure, clean, attractive, friendly, and supporting neighborhood. Some members of our association completed CERT training to be prepared in case of a disaster. We also participate in cleanups to keep our neighborhood clean and attractive.
Our meetings are open to all residents within our boundaries. Some of these meetings are held at locally owned restaurants. We have a larger than average attendance at our meetings and keep neighbors advised of any significant changes in our quarterly newsletter. We are readily available to address any concerns that a household, within our boundaries, might have.
President: Steve Colvin
Vice President: Rene McCormick
Secretary/Treasurer: Carolyn Egan
Newsletter Editor: Gordon Hartig
Representatives: Gary & Cindy Witmeier
Date: 2nd Monday in January, April, July & October
Time: See below
Methodist Temple, 2109 Lincoln Ave
6:00pm – January & July
Dinner Meeting at a restaurant
6:00pm (arrive by 5:30pm if ordering dinner)
– April – The Carousel, 1515 Monroe Ave. or TBA
– October – Roca Bar, S Kentucky Ave. or TBA
Contact Steve Colvin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to verify meeting date/location.
This neighborhood is in the East Sector.
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
Download the KML file here. Map and KML file updated 08/09/2021