UNOE to host the 24th AnnualSparkplug Recognition Banquet presented by Vectren, a CenterPoint Energy Company – Reminders & tools for registering your Neighborhood Association or for non-neighborhood guests to reserve a spot – DEADLINE: Thu., Oct. 10
Neighborhood Lighting Survey reminder, online Resources & Lighting Survey Kit contents available, including contacts for reporting street lighting concerns throughout the year – DEADLINE: Mon., Nov. 11
Being a Good Neighbor: Broken Windows & Weeds in Gutters: Who’s in Charge?
Ordinance Update: Unsolicited Materials Ordinance–What It Means for Neighborhood Associations – See full ordinance online: PDF version or searchable code database
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.
Crime Awareness Tools for both city & county Neighborhoods
JULY GENERAL MEETING: July 25
UNOE-HOSTED MONTHLY EVENT
EVENTS IN NEIGHBORHOODS
July 11 > WESTSIDE IMPROVEMENT: Music in the Park – Howell Park July 13 > GOOSETOWN: Neighborhood Day in partnership with Potter’s Wheel July 13 > TEPE PARK: Clean Evansville clean up event July 18 > GOOSETOWN: Neighborhood Lunch for Seniors at Potter’s Wheel July 20 > LORRAINE PARK: Energize Evansville: Aqua Zumba– Lorraine Pool July 25 > LORRAINE PARK: Music in the Park – Lorraine Park Aug 8 > BELLEMEADE BAYARD PARK: Music in the Park – Bayard Park
2019 Neighborhood Summit to be held during this month’s General Meeting – Find a Tool for Preparing Your Neighborhood on pg. 3.
Neighborhood Yard Signs Project kicks off for UNOE member neighborhood associations. (Still haven’t sent in your 2019 Membership Packet? Download it now. Your 2019 Membership Registration with current bylaws & map must be received by the UNOE office to be eligible for ordering signs.)
Neighborhood Celebration Day Is Coming Soon–Will YOUR Neighborhood be among the more than 15 represented so far? (Facebook event link)
Photos from Events Involving Several Neighborhoods
2019 Neighborhood Summit Tool for Preparing Your Neighborhood
Neighborhood Celebration Day Is Coming Soon–Will Your Neighborhood Be Represented? (Facebook event link)
MAY GENERAL MEETING
May 3 > CULVER: Rathbone Ribbon Cutting Ceremony & Reception May 7 > BALLARD: Organizational Meeting May 14 > BELLEMEADE BAYARD PARK: Jazz in the Park May 18 > GLENWOOD: Interview on Leadership Connection – WEOA 98.5FM May 28 > BELLEMEADE BAYARD PARK: Jazz in the Park May 30 > AKIN PARK: Music in the Park
Operation: United Care – Labeling Party details! — The first Operation: United Care, a mission of neighborhoods united for a cause, has had tremendous success in our first project which was chosen as a means to support Honor Flight Southern Indiana.
It’s not too early to plan for your Neighborhood’s role in the 2019 Neighborhood Celebration Day at the Franklin Street Bazaar!
UNOE will continue to host Make It SNAPpy, the FREE monthly cooking/nutrition class in partnership with Purdue Extension‘s Nutrition Education Program. Join others from some of our member Neighborhoods who’ve been participating and meet other community members too … who get to also learn about Neighborhoods!
Lamasco Neighborhood Association will be hosting two back-to-back Candidates’ Nights before the primary election featuring candidates for City Council both At-Large and Ward 6–one night for each party.