The BVNA operates through several committees, each comprised of a chairperson and a group of volunteers. Read below to learn what each committee is responsible for and consider volunteering on one or more committees. Feel free to contact us for more information about how you can get involved.
This committee helps promote BVNA events and projects to encourage community participation and support. Committee members may be called on to interact with media and publications, resident groups, other partnering community organizations, churches, and supporting businesses in promoting BVNA activities.
Communications Committee Chair: Nicole Rouleau
ENVIRONMENT AND TRANSPORTATION
Members of this committee research and present information about environmental issues that are of concern and interest to our residents, such as transit, traffic, freeways, bicycle access, rivers, parking, bus lines, traffic lights, cross walks, recycling, and sustainability.
Environmental & Transportation Committee Chair: Franz Meyer
This committee researches landscaping, ecological, cultural, historical, art, and recreational resources and development, including, but not limited to parks and lots, boulevards, road-sides, sidewalks, and the river and lakefront. The goal is neighborhood improvement and beautification to enhance the neighborhood's physical environment. We recently began building better relationships with area MPS schools and will continue to collaborate and improve our neighborhood through civic projects.
Public Spaces Committee Chair: Paul Mayeshiba
AT LARGE BOARD MEMBERS
The at large board members can assist in other committees' activities, or seek to actively involve their own neighborhoods in the association.At Large Board Members:
This committee creates a welcoming environment to the BVNA and brings value to membership.
Membership Committee Chair: Leslie Mason
Members of the public safety committee will facilitate and support neighborhood efforts to eliminate crime and drugs, create neighborhood cleanliness, property maintenance, neighborly harmony and goodwill, and care and pride in homes. Discuss resources, ideas and opportunities that make our neighborhood a great place to live.
- Organize Neighborhood Block Watches, encourage creation of new Block Watches.
Disc 6 Meetings are held at St. Luke's Hospital (2900 W. Oklahoma Ave in the Auditorium) on the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm. Free valet parking is available.
For more information contact the Community Liaison Officers Carlos Felix or Cheryl Wolf at (414) 935-7198
Public Safety Committee Chair: John Osorio (Treasurer)
District Chairs often are the representatives of their districts and act as a liaison between their district and the BVNA.