Who We Are
The Highlands-Douglass Neighborhood Association (HDNA) is a community organization overseen by a 16-member board elected by its members at the annual meeting. The board works to fulfill the mission and vision of the association. Members are residents of the neighborhood whose annual dues support publication of a newsletter, The Neighbor, the Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social, the Big Rock Jazz and Blues Fest, and the Reforestation Program as well as other events and efforts.
If you live or do business in the Highlands-Douglass neighborhood, we would welcome your active participation in HDNA through membership and/or by volunteering your time and talent.
Resident membership in HDNA offers you the chance to contribute to the energy and vitality of our wonderful neighborhood while staying abreast of matters of importance to our area.
If you own or operate a business with customers who reside in the Highlands-Douglass Neighborhood, Business Membership in HDNA is an excellent way to demonstrate your commitment to the neighborhood.
The success of HDNA depends largely on the volunteers who devote whatever time and energy they can to the various events and activities of the Association.
Board meetings are held at 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at the Douglass Community Center, 2305 Douglass Blvd. These meetings provide an opportunity for members and residents to monitor Association business, plan neighborhood activities and share concerns. All are welcome!