Join a Committee
Are you interested in giving some of your time and talent to your neighborhood? Below is a list of our committees and what they are all about. Take a look, and if you see one that you might be interested in joining, email the contact below, and one of our board members will get in touch with you. Thanks for considering giving the gift of your time and talents for the betterment of our neighborhood!
Deer Park Neighborhood Tree Committee works to improve the green infrastructure and maximize ecosystem services for current and future Deer Park residents through the planting of Kentucky native canopy trees throughout the neighborhood. Further, we educate neighbors about the importance and care of trees. If interested, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
The Engagement Committee focuses on maintaining existing and addition of new members (neighbors and businesses alike) by providing social activities, promoting volunteerism, and encouraging active member enrollments. If interested, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Works Committee
The Public Works Committee will partner with local officials, businesses, and residents to maintain a safe and clean infrastructure for all means of travel. If interested, please get in touch with us at email@example.com.
The Communication Committee helps keep neighbors informed and connected by creating content for social media pages, keeping the website up to date, and creating the quarterly newsletter. If interested, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beer Park Festival Committee
What is the Beer Park Festival? Right now, we’re not sure, and that’s why we need your help! The vision for this event is to be a springtime festival where we celebrate the local breweries in our neighborhood, but we need a group of interested individuals to help plan it. If you are interested in being on a planning committee, please email Seth at email@example.com. I know this could be one of the most fun and popular events in our neighborhood.