Welcome! The Everett Neighborhood Association (ENA) Board members send you our sincere invitation to be actively involved in ENA. We are a dedicated group, who have a voice in our neighborhood and community. Join us for our bi-monthly meetings, typically at the Trinity Lutheran Church, 724 s 12th Street, Lincoln, NE 68508 on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Meetings held in January, March, May, July, September, and November.
Why join ENA?
We regularly meet with city officials about policies and projects that will impact our neighborhood and day-to-day lives. We provide a platform for discussion and then channel our feedback to our elected representatives and city staff.
We promote events that make our neighborhood better, such as neighborhood clean ups, historic tours, plant sales, block parties, and support for neighborhood schools. We try to find volunteers to make those events happen.
We provide an opportunity, at monthly meetings, for you to get to know your neighbors and work side-by-side to ensure Everett is a wonderful place to live.
"Instigating change and having a say in the process — that’s why most neighborhood associations are formed. It is preferable to be a participant in change rather than a passive recipient. When the Everett Neighborhood Association was formed, the school district was threatening to close Everett Elementary School. Residents fought to not only keep the school open, but to make major improvements to the school and grounds. If you want to make things happen, get involved. If you don’t like something, get involved. If you want to get to know other people in your community, get involved. If you want to contribute to making your neighborhood a better place, get involved." - Pat Anderson-sifuentez (Former ENA President and a founding member of ENA)