On April 10th, 2019, the Midtown Neighborhood Association (MNA) seated its new board:
- Chair Danny Yost
- Vice Chair Abigail Jackson
- Treasurer Jessica Sorensen
- Secretary Patrick Wilson
- Board Member Emel Wadhwani
- Board Member Nate Hanneman
- Board Member Mayra Diaz
- Board Member Michael Heede
- Board Member Emily Baime
- Board Member Michael Weagraff
- Vacant open seat
2019-2020 BOARD AGENDA
This year we look forward to tackling issues of bicycle and pedestrian safety, street lighting, striving for better inclusion, supporting the Midtown Business Association in their efforts to revitalize our parks, and continuing to improve the livability and quality of life in our neighborhood.
HOW DO I GET INVOLVED WITH MNA?
Become a Member
Consider joining the Midtown Neighborhood Association. Your membership dues ($15 annually) directly fund the MNA yearly budget, which we put right back into the community in the form of neighborhood social events and communications/awareness campaigns to keep residents informed.
Attend a Community Meeting
Community members are encouraged to attend community meetings, which occur every other month on the second Wednesday of the month. Community meetings in 2019-2020 will be in the following months: June, August, October, December, February, April.
Am I eligible to join MNA?
Anyone is eligible to participate in the Midtown Neighborhood Association, so long as you reside (own property OR rent), own a business, and/or run an organization within this rectangular boundary: J /15th Streets to R / 29th Streets.