Our Neighborhood Association

East Campus Neighborhood Association

The East Campus Neighborhood Association Provides community information and works for  neighborhood betterment.  The East Campus Neighborhood was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996 as a National Historic District.

photo: entrance to Wilson Park
East Campus Neighborhood Association Officers

 Janet Hammen
Vice Chair: David Mehr
Treasurer: Paul Sharp
Secretary: Rachel Brekhus
Resident Landlord Representative: Rick Shanker
Nonresident Landlord Representative: Chris Pascucci
Resident Member at Large: Joy Piazza

Membership FAQ

Q: Who may join the East Campus Neighborhood Association?

A: Within the boundaries of the East Campus Neighborhood (see Bylaws below for boundaries), any adult (age 18 or older) who is a resident landowner or an non-resident owner of real property (as designated by a title document), or a tenant, may be a member of this organization. 

Q: How do I join?

To join the Association, please mail your dues payment ($20/year for individuals, $30 for couples residing at the same address) and a photocopy of your proof of neighborhood residence/property ownership to the Treasurer.  The current Treasurer's address is 1814 Cliff Drive, CoMO 65201. 

Q: What does membership entitle me to?

Membership in the ECNA entitles you to one vote at the annual meeting, an invitation to join the ECNA email discussion list and invitations, via this website or that list, to Association meetings and social events.

Q: Do I have to be an ECNA member to be involved in my neighborhood?

One way for residents and property owners to start becoming involved in your neighborhood is joining the East Campus Community Google Group (see left sidebar).  Any resident, whether owner or tenant, and any person owning property in East Campus may join this group, independent of membership in the East Campus Neighborhood Association. 
Occasionally there will be calls to committees and notifications of ECNA meetings on the listserv. To serve on a committee or have a vote at meetings, you do need to be an ECNA member.

Rachel Brekhus,
Feb 25, 2018, 7:32 AM
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Apr 18, 2017, 2:51 PM