Lowry United Neighbors seeks members
Lowry United Neighborhoods (LUN) is Recruiting Members!
Lowry United Neighborhoods is in search of both general members and future Board members. The LUN Board held a strategic planning retreat in 2018 and identified strengthening the Board and building membership as two main goals for 2019. Will you join them?
There are no requirements to being a general member. By registering, you will receive news updates about the Lowry community and LUN activities such as quarterly meetings. Interested residents can register by entering your information here. Information will be kept confidential except for LUN use.
Board members should be residents of Lowry, are asked to attend monthly meetings, and complete 1-3 hours of volunteer work each month. Other relevant qualifications include a passion for living in Lowry, marketing, communications, event planning, volunteer, community service, advocacy, local government, planning and/or development experience. LUN seeks members from different parts of Lowry and particularly from East Park, Boulevard One, and North West neighborhoods, where current representation is limited. Interested residents should submit an email sharing relevant qualifications and interest to email@example.com. The Board will select new Board members in February/March 2019.
More about LUN…
LUN was founded in 2007 as a Registered Neighborhood Organization within the City and County of Denver. Registered neighborhood organization (RNO) differ from homeowners’ associations (HOA) such as the LCMA. Whereas an HOA is focused on maintaining homeowners’ property interests, an RNO is a voluntary organization of residents (both renters and property owners). As the City website explains, “RNOs are an important part of the fabric of the city and play a key role in the ongoing effort to make Denver a great place to live and work.”
This mission of LUN is to enhance the quality of life and build a sense of community in Lowry by engaging neighbors and representing community voice when working with local organizations and the City of Denver. Since 2007, LUN has worked to make crossing busy streets safer, to hold recycling events, to promote various food and clothing drives, and to influence city and Lowry planning.