The mission of the Tilles Park Neighborhood Association is to create and maintain a strong cohesive and viable neighborhood around the area generally known as Tilles Park.
The Tilles Park Neighborhood Association Membership, Board and Community envision a future in which:
- neighbor’s communicate regularly and look out for one another.
- our neighborhood and park are clean and maintained.
- our neighborhood and park are safe for residents and visitors.
- the association is growing and evolving.
Values and Goals
The membership of the Tilles Park Neighborhood Association values:
- a safe neighborhood and park.
- communication between neighbors.
- clear communication with City service providers.
- quality neighborhood events.
- a clean and functional park.
- opportunities for volunteerism in our neighborhood.
- the unique architecture and identity of the neighborhood.
- new members and ideas.
Because of these values, we have developed the following goals to guide us through the next two years of service to our neighborhood.
- Provide quality neighborhood events.
- Create 300-name email distribution list.
- Revise our web presence.
- Communication between neighbors
- Plan and deliver 5 events/meetings for the people of the neighborhood.
- New members ideas
- Visit 1500 homes to inform/recruit members.
- Recruit 200 additional memberships.
- Establish standing committees to focus on various neighborhood issues.
- A safe neighborhood and park
- Create a 50-member block captain program.
- Distribute crime alerts on a regular basis.
- Conduct quarterly neighborhood observation events.
- Implement five new safety initiatives.
- Clear communication with City service providers
- Establish consistent and documented reporting process with the Alderman and NSO
- Distribute a flyer to the neighborhood outlining the new reporting process.
- Opportunities for volunteerism in our neighborhood
- Create a minimum of four additional opportunities for individual investment in Tilles Park and neighborhood.
- The unique architecture and identity of the neighborhood.
- Distribute 200 TPNA car decals.
- Design and purchase 50 new neighborhood signs.