Yesterday, Monday April 6th at 8:00 pm, neighbor Michelle Pulley pulled off a successful 500 & 600 block “make noise in support of the hood” supporting the quarantine, with only one hour to organize. Let’s do it again today Tuesday April 7th at 8 pm under our full moon. Please pass on personally to anyone … Continue reading Tonight! Cheer on the neighborhood. Brings out the pots and bells! 8pm
(photo courtesy of Nina Strehl, unsplash.com) If you live in the Historic Eastside, we'd encourage you to think about any vulnerable people on your block. Please maintain social distancing, but there may be ways to help. Thank you!
Meeting to talk about the impact of Longmont’s new grant for Quiet Zones on the Historic Eastside TONIGHT March 1 7.30s at Wibby’s. Please join us! Longmont just got a huge grant for quiet zones, so why does the Historic Eastside still have to reduce it accessibility and walkability? Especially near a school zone? Here … Continue reading Meeting to talk about the impact of Longmont’s new grant for Quiet Zones on the Historic Eastside TONIGHT March 1 7.30s at Wibby’s. Please join us!
Idling trains daily cut off access to our neighborhood and the school.I would like to put a request out to neighbors who live on Atwood to call in idling trains. You have the best location. I call whenever I am out and see one. I also send an email to Tyler Stamey firstname.lastname@example.org, Dale Rademacher Dale.Rademacher@longmontcolorado.gov and … Continue reading Idling trains- please report!
The Historic Eastside is not a place designated for idling of trains, and the city does not seem to know about it. But we know it happens. If you could call BNSF at 1-800-832-5452 option #3 and leave a message. Put that number in your contacts! A bunch of people calling is better. They also … Continue reading Please report train idling that blocks our East-West access 1-800 832 5452 #3
It's time to thank our longtime Historic Eastside resident and HENA Hero Glenn Sherwood! Glenn has been passionate about historic preservation his whole life. Glenn first developed a love for all things historic starting before it was cool, back in the early 70s. He championed his vision of a neighborhood historic district long before it … Continue reading A HENA Hero: Glenn V. Sherwood
What I like best about the Historic Eastside Neighborhood…You are probably thinking the beautiful, older homes or lush shade trees or proximity to the library. Yes, all of that is nice, but what I like best about HENA is Bob Carlson. Bob is a great neighbor, tireless leader, and an all-around caring volunteer. From the … Continue reading A HENA Hero: Bob Carlson
As many of us know the City of Longmont is working to implement “Quiet Zones” along the BNSF rail lines that run through the City. This seems like a welcome respite from the train horns that seem to get louder and more frequent as time goes on. But, a “Quiet Zone” does not mean the … Continue reading Opinion Piece: Crossings Not Closures
Here is the link to tonight's agenda. http://webapp.ci.longmont.co.us/mtgviewer.aspx?meetid=1076&doctype=AGENDA My concern is that the data on voting on street closure is not completely accurate. The Kensington Park neighborhood had no input on any street closures. Also, at that meeting it was stated that the City wanted to create east/west corridors. Presently HENA has 5 east/west corridors: … Continue reading Quiet Zone and street closures on the agenda for tonight’s (6.25.19) City Council meeting