Block Clubs

Do you stay current with the latest Como Park news and find yourself discussing local issues with your neighbors?  Do you organize the occasional informal neighborhood get-together such as a potluck, a backyard campfire, or National Night Out event?  Are you one of the first people to greet new residents on your street?  If you answered yes to any of these questions then District 10 would like to acknowledge your efforts and help you even further.  The District 10 Safety Committee is in the process of organizing a comprehensive network of block leaders and clubs throughout Como Park.   The goal is to keep local residents informed and involved with the latest hot topics regarding land use, environment, and safety issues.  Becoming a block leader is easy, requires minimal time commitment, and you determine the size of your “block.” 

Contact District 10 if you want to create or join a block club.  

Enticing Neighbors to Join Your Block Club E-List
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 12:45 PM

In these modern times, most block clubs are anchored by an online communication system.  That's a fancy way of saying if you're a block coordinator, probably you'll want to maintain a block club email list.  In fact, you'll want to collect the email addresses of as many neighbors as you can as this will be the quickest and most convenient way to keep neighbors informed of block or community happenings.  But how do you convince your neighbors to actually cough up their email address? 

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