Membership

ONEN Membership

  • All owners of property within the borders of the Old North End who are 18 years of age or older are automatically members of the Old North End Neighborhood.
  • The Old North End Neighborhood (ONEN) is a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer organization.
  • By becoming a financial supporter of ONEN, you can help preserve and improve our neighborhood. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

A basic $50 annual contribution supports key areas that define our neighborhood:

  • Historic Neighborhood Integrity
  • Safety and Security
  • Communication
  • Neighborhood Events

Additional financial support enables enhancements such as those shown below:

  • $50 purchases one parkway tree   keep or delete based on recent events?
  • $75 purchases one day of security patrols for the neighborhood
  • $200 pays the ONEN share of replacing one sidewalk panel
  • $500 purchases/sustains one planted median tree for North End Woodlands

The Old North End Neighborhood (ONEN) is a 501(c)(3) organization. Your contribution is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Donate by Check

Print out the Membership Form and mail it with a check to the address below.

The Old North End Neighborhood (ONEN)
PO Box 8185
Colorado Springs, CO 80933-8185

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3 thoughts on “Membership”

  1. Charles Blanchard

    I would be interested in joining but my main goal is to have a speedbump like the ones in wood avenue placed on Tejon between Jackson and van buren. If this is possible with membership or support I would be interested.

    1. Charles, The ONEN is an community organization with the goal of promoting the preservation and livability of the Old North End. We represent the community and advocate for improvements such as speed control devices. We work with City officials to push for such measures but ultimately the decisions lie with the City. By joining, your donation helps with ongoing programs such as security, new trees, sidewalk repairs and community events. Feel free to stop by the ONENFest in October. I would love to discuss your concerns.

      Brian Safigan – ONEN VP

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