The neighborhood association is a democratic organization made of voting members living in the neighborhood. These neighbors vote in monthly meetings, making decisions for how the neighborhood association will function, as well as yearly to elect neighbors to positions of leadership. The neighborhood association also commonly creates committees that function independently to carry out tasks for the neighborhood association.
For more, see the Eken Park Neighborhood Association Bylaws.EPNA Bylaws
Neighborhood Association members are allowed to vote in meetings. In order to be a member, you have to join the association and pay yearly dues. Once a member, you can vote during monthly meetings where the association votes on a variety of things, including creating new committees, how to spend association funds, how to advise the city on projects within the neighborhood, to create new goals or missions for the association, to start and end meetings and to approve meeting minutes and agendas, and for the election of association leadership.Join the EPNA
The Eken Park Neighborhood Association works with city employees, elected officials, and members of the neighborhood to positively impact the neighborhood and all those who live in it. Together, the neighborhood association strives to positively impact social, environmental, and economic systems that impact all of the neighborhood’s residents, regardless of their membership status in the neighborhood association.
For more, see the Eken Park Neighborhood Association's Mission Statement.Mission Statement