We believe an engaged community is the cornerstone of any great neighborhood. Being true to this, there are many ways to get involved with the Nicollet Island-East Bank Neighborhood Association (NIEBNA), from one-time volunteer opportunities to board positions.

If you are a resident, business owner or property owner within the Nicollet Island-East Bank neighborhood, please take a quick minute to become a member. Membership is free, and it is valid for as long as you live or own in the neighborhood. Membership allows you to vote at our Annual Election in November, and gives you the opportunity to run for our board of directors. Please, become a member today using this form.

If you would like to like to join our mailing list to receive important information about the neighborhood, sign up here.

If you would like to take on a more active role, please contact us.


Committees

The NIEBNA Board established the following committees to concentrate on the wide variety of goals and actions set forth in the NIEBNA Small Area Plan (SAP) and to address other issues and needs: COMMUNICATIONS & OUTREACH ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT LIVABILITY TECHNOLOGY TRANSPORTATION Anyone (not just NIEBNA Board members) may serve on and otherwise participate in Committee […]

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Membership

Membership Qualification Members with voting rights are defined as: Residential Members — individuals of voting age whose primary residence is within the Neighborhood (see Map here) and who, at a meeting of the Association, can produce upon request a Minnesota driver’s license, Minnesota identification card, or some form of residency verification that indicates the individual resides within the […]

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Meetings

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Board of Directors

The Board has scheduled monthly Board of Director meetings usually the 4th Thursday of the month in the early evening. The venue varies including DeLaSalle High School, Ginger Hop, Lourdes Church, and Riverplace (Wilde Roast / Mattie’s) since these locations have rooms an appropriate size for our meetings.

Board meetings are public and everyone is invited to attend and participate.

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