Alamo Placita Neighborhood Association (APNA) has been a neighborhood organization in Denver for more than 30 years. We have been through many changes in our neighborhood from zoning, licensing, and traffic to historic preservation. APNA continues to help the neighborhood come together to address issues and to enjoy gatherings and events. All of the time and effort that goes into the Association is provided by volunteers. APNA is always looking for new ideas, volunteers, and board members. Becoming involved in your neighborhood association is one of the best ways to learn more about our community, meet your neighbors, and keep abreast of what is going on around you.
Membership has its privileges!
Monitoring of Zoning and Licensing Issues
·Zoning Committee - This committee constantly monitors issues related to zoning changes and variances, which may adversely affect property values. In addition, all new liquor licenses and changes to license ownership are monitored to protect the quality of life in Alamo Placita.
Enhancing Public Safety
·Safety Committee - This committee has been formed to promote neighborhood and business district safety improvements.
Communicating with Members and Residents
· Monthly Board Meetings - These meetings are held monthly for all APNA residents providing discussion on important City and neighborhood issues.
· APNA Website - The website is updated continuously with important City and Alamo Placita information for residents.
·Email System - All paid members with email are included in the email system, which provides prompt, current information on important issues. Member information is kept confidential and restricted to APNA use only.
·Special Information Forums - These educational and feedback events are arranged periodically on important APNA and City issues.
Neighborhood Participation and Fun
·Fall Fun - In September, the association sponsors a member event at Alamo Placita Park for members and neighbors to meet each other, make new friends, and develop community spirit.
·Happy Hour – Join us the last Tuesday of every month for a member’s happy hour at one of the great venues in our neighborhood.
Representing APNA in City Organizations
·Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) - This citywide neighborhood organization brings together all Denver neighborhoods on comprehensive city and community issues.
·Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods (CHUN) - This association with boundaries of Broadway to Colorado Boulevard and 1st to 22nd Avenues provides expertise and support to residents in the areas such as zoning, liquor licensing, and City services.
We also encourage you to tell your friends and neighbors about APNA and encourage them to join and get involved.
**All contact information is confidential. Alamo Placita Neighbors Association will not sell, publish or trade email, address, or phone numbers.