Join DPNA Today!

Did you know that as a homeowner, renter, or business you are automatically considered a Deer Park Neighborhood Association member? Register your membership today to make the most of your membership and ensure that you are the first to know about what our neighborhood has to offer!

Annual Membership is $10 for a household or $15 for a business. Memberships expire at the end of each calendar year.

Dues can be paid using one of the following methods:

A) PayPal

  1. Click the "Donate" button above to make your membership donation via credit card using your PayPal account.

  1. On the new screen enter the amount you wish to donate then click "next".

  2. Log in to your PayPal account or sign up for a new one.

    1. Re-enter the donation amount and enter "Membership Dues" in the "add a note" line below the donation amount.

    2. Click "next" and complete your payment.

B) Bring a check or cash to a monthly DPNA meeting.

C) Mail a check or cash to DPNA, PO Box 5152, Louisville, KY 40205.

Please include your physical address as well as your email address in the transaction or complete the application so we can credit you properly.

DPNA is NOT a homeowner association. We don’t tell people what color to paint their home or enforce metro government ordinances. Our objectives are:

  • To beautify the neighborhood.

  • To create an inclusive community where all feel welcome and valued.

  • To preserve the historical, architectural, and cultural character of the neighborhood.

  • To support and encourage visual, performing, and other artistic endeavors.

  • To combat community deterioration by encouraging all residents and businesses within the area to improve the condition and appearance of their property.

  • To create and expand civic pride and cooperation throughout the area.

  • To improve the safety and well-being of all persons living in, working in, and visiting the neighborhood by providing education on community issues, such as crime prevention, zoning, and environmental concerns.

  • To work with other neighborhood, local, and governmental groups to solve common problems and maintain and upgrade the quality of life in Deer Park and the Highlands area.

  • To engage in and support other charitable and educational activities.