Get Involved

There are many ways to get involved with the Nicollet Island – East Bank Neighborhood, from one-time volunteer opportunities to board positions.  

1) Join the newsletter mailing list. Join now

Stay informed and receive important information about the neighborhood. You will receive meeting reminders, important news updates, and other information. Your email address will NOT be provided to any third party, and you can unsubscribe at any time.  

2) Attend a Board Meeting. RSVP for an upcoming meeting

A great way to stay involved is to attend our regular board meetings, held on the third Thursday of each month. Board meetings are open to the public, and participation is encouraged.

3) Become a Member. Sign up now

Membership gives you voting rights to have a say in decisions affecting the neighborhood. Becoming a member is free and easy. The only requirement is that you live, own property, or own a business here. 

4) Volunteer: Bring YOUR ideas. Share now

Volunteering can help you make friends, learn new skills, advance your career, and even feel happier and healthier. Past opportunities included trash pickup, event management, greeting neighbors, hosting pop-up events, and more. We would love to learn what ideas you have to give back and volunteer in the community and we will connect you with other neighbors who are also giving back.

5) Volunteer: Become a Building Ambassador. Learn more | Apply now

Share neighborhood events, news, and happenings in your building. Our neighborhood is full of rental properties, from adorable duplexes to modern new buildings with over 300 units.  No matter what the size of the building, we want to help all of our neighbors connect to events, issues, and news that affects the neighborhood. Building Ambassadors can be management, staff, or residents. 

6) Volunteer: Become a board member. Current Board Members | Apply now

If you have time and space to get involved, please consider running for the Neighborhood Association board of directors. The greater diversity of people involved in our board, the more our neighborhood thrives and remains a wonderful place to live, work, learn, play, and grow — for everyone: businesses, renters, homeowners, students, and elders.