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Community Meetings

Next Community and Board Meeting
Thursday, June 2nd @ 6:30pm
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Attend in person at 2823 Fairfax St or
Click here to join via Zoom

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Attending Community Meetings

Our community meetings are now hybrid!  You can attend in person or online. Please see the information box above for details on attending our next upcoming meeting.  All are welcome whether a member, Park Hill resident, neighborhood stakeholder, or just an interested citizen.

Our regular monthly meetings are a combined community and board meeting. They are held 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.  A typical monthly meeting agenda includes presentations on issues pertaining to Park Hill 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. 

Presenting at Community Meetings

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

Board Chair, chair@greaterparkhill.org
Executive Director, director@greaterparkhill.org

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 10-15 minutes)
Name and title of presenter

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.

Important details for presenters

Because our meetings are a hybrid of in person and online, it is helpful for our presenters to bring a device on which they can log into the Zoom meeting. Even if you are presenting in person, having your device in front of you ensures the online participants can see you. If you have a visual presentation (powerpoint) you will definitely need to bring your device and be logged into the Zoom meeting as this is how all participants, both in person and online, will be able to see your presentation.

As you plan for your presentation, please consider the other presenters and the attendees of the meeting and keep your presentation concise and within the allotted time. If you anticipate a lot of Q&A, please adjust your presentation accordingly.