Tepe Park is a neighborhood with nearly 1,900 residents located one mile from downtown Evansville. Our neighborhood has a wealth of assets, including a unique park and clubhouse, community gardens, historic architecture, businesses, churches, and beautiful trees.
The Tepe Park Neighborhood Association (TPNA) is a catalyst for positive change. We believe in the power of our community and know that everyone has something to contribute. Our vision is for Tepe Park to be a healthy, safe, vibrant, and welcoming neighborhood that neighbors take pride in calling home. Neighbors are Tepe Park’s greatest asset! Our neighbors are real people with names, stories, and gifts to share: knowledge, abilities, talents, skills, and passions. When we are connected, we have the power and ability to create the change we want to see in our neighborhood.
Through our Love Your Neighborhood initiative we are focusing on three priorities for change for our neighbor’s everyday lives:
- LIVABILITY – Enhancing the wholistic health and wellbeing of neighborhood residents.
- YOUTH and LIFELONG LEARNING – Providing access to a rich array of lifelong learning opportunities for all ages.
- NEIGHBORING and COMMUNITY – Building a connected community where every person can thrive in dignity.
However, the vision for change is not just words on paper! Over the last couple of years, we have seen big projects completed like the recently renovated clubhouse becoming a learning center, nine resident completed early action projects, and resident-led initiatives launched like the Southside Stars Youth Zone and the upcoming Bedford Collaboration. We expect to see more positive community transformation in the years to come through our neighborhood action teams.
You can find out more about the Tepe Park Neighborhood at tepepark.org.
Leadership Team: Pat Creech, Lisa Barnett, Crystal Altidor & Charles Sutton
Secretary: Cathy Davidson
Treasurer: Vennetta Mitchell
Representatives: Cathy Davidson
Date: 3rd Monday of the month (except Jan & Feb)
Location: Tepe Park Club House, 1212 South Garvin
Contact Crystal Altidor at 812-463-2870 or
contact@TepePark.org to verify meeting date/location.
This neighborhood is also a member of the Focus Neighborhood Council through the City of Evansville-Department of Metropolitan Development.
This neighborhood is in the South Sector.
Crime Prevention Officer (CPO): Erik Belford 812-435-6107
Meeting Date: 2nd Thursday of odd months
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