Mark your calendar for HENA’s annual neighborhood picnic and meeting on September 11th, 12-3, in Collyer Park’s SW shelter. Bring a dish to share. Drinks, tableware and tacos will be provided.
HENA has found itself inside an Opportunity Zone. Our zone appears to be about "future enhancements for Longmont and its river corridor." As HENA Co-Chair I know little about this, but you can read more here: http://standwithourstvraincreek.com/2019/01/29/advisory-panel-meeting-to-discuss-future-development-of-st-vrain-river-corridor/ There is a meeting about it on Friday February 15th (8:30-11:30 a.m.) now at the Longmont Museum, 400 Quail Road. Please feel … Continue reading Want to know about the Opportunity Zone we are in? Find out more at Feb 15th meeting
HENA wishes to encourage neighbors to attend the Feb 6th meeting and take the survey. Public workshop: Wednesday, February 6, at the Parks building Sunset Campus, 7 S. Sunset Street, Longmont, CO 80501. Drop in from 5 - 7pm. Could you also take the survey? Online survey: Survey for public input will close Tuesday, Feb. … Continue reading City seeks input on Quiet Zones – Feb 6th meeting- save the date and do the survey!
Thank you everyone for coming! We had about 35 people, ate great food (thanks in part to the City's Neighborhood Activities grant) and got to hang out with each other. We also talked about the status of: our conservation overlay initiative the upcoming Neighborhood Improvement Grant (that could be worth about $6,500 for us in … Continue reading Great HENA annual meeting on Aug 25th
Have your say on what’s important to you, and elect new HENA Leadership Team members- perhaps join our team yourself! It’s a potluck, but we’ll provide some food (turkey wraps) and soft drinks. There is also a drawing! As of now, the generous donors of our free sweepstakes prizes include: 300 Suns Brewing Bark Me Beautiful … Continue reading Come to our Annual Neighborhood Meeting, Sat Aug 25th, 12-2, in Collyer Park’s S. Shelter.
Please support the Transition Zone on the east side of Kimbark. It abuts Lower Downtown, so it applies to properties adjacent to our RLE zone. (Technically speaking, the Transition Zone is the Residential Compatibility section of the new Land Development Code). The city council meeting on July 24th to should be the first of two readings before it becomes … Continue reading Show up & stand up for the Transition Zone on July 24th
Neighbors are invited to our periodic neighborhood walks. Right now Richard Showers is holding them every 2 weeks on Sunday mornings, 10 am. Details of the walks are also posted on Facebook. The purpose of the walks is to get to know our neighbors (handshake), and walk around our neighborhood and pick-up trash (footprint). Bring … Continue reading Next Neighborhood Walk and Trash Pickup Sunday July 8th, 10 am.
Neighbors are invited to our periodic neighborhood walks. Details of the walks are posted on Facebook and here on the website. The purpose of the walks is to get to know our neighbors (handshake), and walk around our neighborhood and pick-up trash (footprint). Bring a friendly disposition, gloves, and a trash bag. On Sunday, June … Continue reading Neighborhood Walk – Sunday, June 10