Serve as liaison with block captains, to serve as a resource for persons interested in developing block units, to promote meeting attendance by block captains and to facilitate inter- and intra-block communication.
To raise the awareness of the corporation in the eyes of potential donors and preparing the quarterly HPNA newsletter; updating the website; and developing new ideas to keep residents informed about their neighborhood association and other community events.
To abate problem properties.
To serve as the focal point for corporate activities that seek to promote historic preservation and neighborhood beautification, and to coordinate such activities with city and other neighborhood organizations to avoid duplication of efforts.
To assure the retention and expansion of membership. Maintain records of all Board Members and members including their names and addresses.
To promote strong police/community relations by planning and supporting activities such as a neighborhood watch and citizens patrol which are important to the neighborhood’s health and welfare and by serving as liaison between the local police, the neighborhood organization, and its members.
To assure that the press and other third parties understand the purposes of the corporation, to seek ways to enhance the visibility of the corporation and the neighborhood in the public eye, and to publish and distribute the corporation newsletter.
To organize an annual house tour in the neighborhood to generate funds to be used at the discretion of the directors for neighborhood initiatives.
To develop a strategic plan for the neighborhood to be reviewed and updated at least every five (5) years.
To serve as a focal point of activities for the youth. To find/or develop programs and to promote positive and constructive activities for youth in the neighborhood.
To monitor trials relevant to crimes committed in the neighborhood.
Raise funds and bring awareness to HPNA’s initiative and all the we do for the neighborhood.