The City Park West Neighborhood Association is the Registered Neighborhood Organization for Denver’s City Park West neighborhood. The CPWNA was formed in October 17, 2000, and its previous president was late Denver City Councilwoman Carla Madison. The boundaries of City Park West are Colfax to the south, 23rd Avenue to the north, Downing Street to the west and York Street to the east.

An RNO is a group formed by property owners and residents within a neighborhood who meet regularly and whose organizational and contact information is kept on file with the City’s Community Planning and Development Department. Similar to other organizations active in the Denver community, RNOs are an important part of the fabric of the city and play a key role in the ongoing effort to make Denver a great place to live and work.

Association Members include individuals, households and businesses all within the boundaries of CPW.

Association Members ($15 annual fee) are community members who both benefit the neighborhood through participation and who also enjoy great, new relationships and local networking capacity (and the occasional perk at a local shop, restaurant or pub). Members who “opt in” will receive newsletters and e-mail notification of neighborhood events, initiatives and impacts; are eligible for board leadership, and may propose, chair or participate in special-interest committees ranging from historic preservation to homelessness; from transportation to the arts. While our Facebook page currently provides fee-free communication among more than 1,700 neighbors, our board hopes to grow paid CPW Association Membership by 1000% in 2020, thereby expanding our reach and our neighborhood voice.

Business Members ($25. annual fee) support the neighborhood and make themselves visible as interdependent upon local neighbors, and may post up to one special event or promotion a month on the CPW Facebook page. Individuals and households may join for a small, $15. annual fee which allows us to produce and publicize neighborhood community-building and informative events and to undertake fundraising for special projects.

If you’re interested in becoming a member, you can join now through MemberPlanet or  contact us. When you sign up and pay through MemberPlanet, you’ll get an e-Member I.D. card.

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