HHCA Board of Directors (7 or 9 members) *Seats were voted on May 10, 2016
VICE PRESIDENT Randall Sarangoulis 223-1549 Queensbridge Road
TREASURER/SECRETARY Steve Sokasits 224-0024 Greenbriar Lane (on Nextdoor)
MEMBERSHIPS Harley Schmidt 222-9572 Queensbridge Road (on Nextdoor)
GARDEN/SIGNS Laura Dille 224-1883 Kevin's Way
PICNIC CHAIRMAN Jesse Engelkins (563) 543-1984 Stagehouse Trail
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE Bonnie Schmidt 222-9572 Queensbridge Road (on Nextdoor)
WINTER ICE RINK Randall Sarangoulis 223-1549 Queensbridge Road
MOVIES IN THE PARK Allen Ebert Spicebush Lane (on Nextdoor)
CHILDREN'S EVENTS OPEN
BOY SCOUT PARTNERS John Mallow and Kevin Kraemer http://www.pack132madison.org/contact-the-leaders (on Nextdoor)
COMMUNICATIONS Heather Sokasits 224-0024 Greenbriar Lane
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What is a neighborhood association and what does it do?
Map of Madison Neighborhood Associations (Download .pdf here)
A neighborhood association is a group of residents who meet regularly to accomplish neighborhood goals. The association may include homeowners, renters, apartment residents, business owners, school and church officials, and members of non-profit organizations. Depending on the organizational goals, meetings may be held twice a year, once a quarter or every month. Neighborhood associations facilitate communication between residents and local government to support change, help organize volunteers for community projects, and organize improvement efforts. It is important to identify some of your goals before you ask others to form a neighborhood association. Goals should be specific, measurable, realistic, and most importantly achievable.
The Board of Executives generally will volunteer 2-10 hours per month.
INTERESTED IN JOINING THE HHCA?
Joining your local neighborhood association can be a rewarding experience. Contact us or stop in to a meeting. We'd love to talk to you! The board's seats come up in the Spring of each year. If you are interested please fill out a Board Application here.
STRATEGIES FOR DEVELOPING NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS from the City of Clearwater, FL
NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION RESOURCE GUIDE from the City of Irving, TX
CITY OF MADISON'S WEBSITE PAGE FOR NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS
CITY OF MADISON'S COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PAGE