A true oasis for city dwellers, this neighborhood is friendly and alive with residents walking dogs, jogging, pushing baby strollers and biking. Some residents recall the days when their parents farmed this land, while others have recently moved here, but everyone appreciates its rich sense of the past combined with the vibrancy of the present.
Enderis Park Neighborhood Association
Resident-Driven Community Development
Holiday Decorating Contest
Our neighbors have some of the best holiday displays in the city! Get ready to show your holiday spirit during the EPNA Christmas Holiday Decorating contest. Judging begins Dec. 20. You don't need to do anything special to enter--just have your lights and decorations up before judging begins!
EPNA judges will be awarding four first place WINNER signs (prizes) – WINNERS signs assure “bragging rights” which consist of the large WINNERS sign on the front lawn, pictures of the winning display on the EPNA web site (www.Enderis.org), pictures on EPNA’s Facebook page plus an article on Nextdoor and a mention in the EPNA Newsletter.
The neighborhood association is once again inviting you to bring your Christmas trees to Enderis Park to be recycled 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, January 6. Neighbors bring Christmas trees to Enderis Playfield to be shredded into mulch by City’s chipper truck – helps environment. Free hot dogs, chips, cookies, hot chocolate, and coffee in Fieldhouse courtesy of Sentry on Lisbon and EPNA.
EPNA promotes neighborhood stability and a rewarding quality of life for all by working with neighbors to support and maintain an attractive, diverse, respectful, and safe community.
EPNA is a Non-Profit Organization, your pledge may be tax - deductible
Enderis Park Neighborhood Association Farmers Market
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