Community Meetings

Monthly Community Meetings

GPHC holds a combined community and board meeting on the first Thursday of each month at 6:30pm with a few exceptions. We typically do not hold meetings in July or December, and October is  reserved for our annual meeting (see additional information below).  A typical monthly meeting agenda includes community introductions, presentations by community organizations, and concludes with board business. The purpose of the meetings is to relay pertinent information to Park Hill residents and also for the board to engage in discussion and voting on various issues. 

All are welcome to attend our monthly meetings whether a member of our organization, a resident of Park Hill, a stakeholder in the neighborhood, or just an interested citizen.

To receive the monthly meeting agenda, sign up for our monthly newsletter.

Attending Virtual Community Meetings

All meetings are currently being held virtually on the Zoom platform. Please download the Zoom program/application on your mobile or desktop device in advance of the meeting. You can then test to ensure your camera (if you wish) and audio connections are turned on. 

If you would prefer to dial-in by telephone, you can do so by dialing either of the following numbers and entering the Meeting ID and Password for the particular meeting.

+1 408 638 0968
+1 669 900 6833 

Upcoming Meeting Access:
No Community Meeting in July. “See” you in August!

Attending In-Person Meetings

We are currently not holding in-person meetings. In-person community meetings take place in the community room at 2823 Fairfax St. 

Requesting to Present

All requests to present must be made at least two weeks prior to the Community Meeting date. Please send your request to:

Tracey MacDermott, Board Chair,
Lana Cordes, Executive Director,

Please include the following information in your request:

Meeting date you’re requesting
Topic and how it pertains to Park Hill residents (if it is not obvious)
Amount of time you need (maximum is 10 minutes)
Name and title of presenter

If you are a neighbor presenting a zoning request please note that we must receive your packet of materials one week prior to the meeting or you will be removed from our agenda.

Please note: we limit presentations to topics and matters of interest to our neighborhood and reserve the right to reschedule, cancel, or decline any request to present.


Please be respectful to the other presenters and the attendees of the meeting and keep your presentation concise and within the allotted time. We will allow some additional time for Q&A, but if you anticipate a lot of questions, please adjust accordingly.

For in person meetings, we provide a projector and screen along with a laptop. Please email your presentation to or bring it on a thumb drive. If you will be using a Mac, you’ll need to bring your own adapter/cables.

See past Meeting Minutes »

Annual Meeting

The 2020 GPHC Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, October 6th at 6:00pm at the Carla Madison Recreation Center (2401 E Colfax Ave) rooftop event space. Dinner is provided and the program includes a keynote presentation, board elections, volunteer recognition, and the presentation of the Babbs Award. If you plan to attend, please complete the RSVP form.

Board Elections

Voting will take place for representatives of districts 1, 3, 5, 7, and 9 and additionally for three At-Large positions. Members who are up to date with membership fees will be eligible to vote. If you would like to run for one of these board seats, please indicate your interest on the RSVP form or send an email to The deadline to submit your name for the printed ballot is Fri, Sept 27 at 5pm. Although advance notice is appreciated, write-in candidates are also welcomed.

Babbs Award Nominations

Since 1980, the Babbs Award has been presented annually to a neighborhood leader for their outstanding impact in the community. You can read more about the origins of the award and view past recipients here. If you wish to nominate someone for this award, please send a couple of paragraphs about what makes your nominee an exceptional member of our community to

RSVP Here »

See District Map »