Volunteer Opportunities

 DMNA Volunteer Opportunities

These committees meet throughout the year and always welcome volunteers.

BIKE & PEDESTRIAN PATHS

Join others who weed and plant along the southwest
bike path. The committee works on the third
Saturday of spring and summer to reduce the
number of invasive plants and establish native
alternatives. Solo gardeners are also needed

HISTORY OF DMNA

This committee attends to the archives of the
DMNA and records and shares neighborhood
photographs, events, stories, and developments.

HORNBLOWER

This committee produces the newsletter quarterly.
Volunteers are needed to plan and write articles.

MEMBERSHIP

Serve as Block Captain when vacancies exist or help
prepare the materials for the annual membership
drive to solicit membership data and collect funds.

NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL

Participate as an at-large member of the DMNA
Council. There are vacancies for those who can
commit to monthly meetings and help with at least
one DMNA project.

PARKS & GARDENS

Work with management & plan alternatives to
preserve and enhance neighborhood park, gardens,
and green spaces, including the Glenwood
Children's Park.

PLANNING & ZONING

Address current zoning and development issues,
plan their best outcomes, and advise the DMNA
Council about them. This committee represents the
neighborhood at city boards and commissions after
consultation with the council.

SOCIAL EVENTS

Help foster neighborhood building with special
DMNA social events: winter wine tasting, spring
pie and ice cream social, summer children's bike
parade, and fall volunteer recognition. Develop new
events and help organize regular events.

TRANSPORTATION

Help monitor traffic patterns; anticipate and plan for changes resulting from development; work with residents and city staff on problems and solutions; raise awareness of regulations protecting pedestrians and bicyclists; help calm traffic in the neighborhood.

WEBSITE

Webmasters and website reporters and editors are
needed who can help keep the website current with
articles about the neighborhood.

 

Please consider how you can contribute to the activities that help make our neighborhood stronger.