El Montevideo Neighborhood Association

Our neighborhoood webpage

2011-2012 Officers

President:
Wayne Sunne    (795-9818)

Vice-President
Cyndi Amundson

Treasurer
Open for Oct

 

Secretary
Open for Oct Election 2014

Tripartite Rep.   
Uwe Fink (331-2497)

Block Captains: last updated 12/29/11


Calle Altar

Sharon Chamberlain

327-3037

Calle Barcelona

Wayne Sunne

795-9818

Calle Cortez East of Camino del Norte

Janet Parkhurst

320-9043

Calle Cortez West of Camino del Norte

Randy & Jane Van Nostrand

wrvn3md@aol.com and

hallcj73@aol.com

*(e-mail preferred) 

Calle Desoto

OPEN

Volunteers please call Celeste Blackwell

Calle Guaymas West of Camino del Norte

Sharon Winderl

575-770-2261 

Calle Ensenada

Peggy Hitner

327-1179

Calle Ensenada

Sharon Bishop

326-2592

Calle Fernando

 Jean Saliman

 881-0299

Calle Fernando

 Pam Vandiver

 327-3888

El Camino del Norte

 Margi Halaby

 881-2861

Ridge Drive

 Dick Lanning

 327-0709

 

It is the block captain’s responsibility to help get information out to the community. 

Please get in touch with your block captain to give them your contact information.

 

 

 

 


 

What is a Block Captain? 

Block Captains are volunteers in the neighborhood that take on certain responsibilities of a particular street or block on which they  live.  A Block Captain is a serious and committed role in one's neighborhood and is a rewarding experience to be a leader, protector, and friend in our community.  We truly appreciate the work and effort that our Block Captains give to our community.  If you would like to volunteer to be Block Captain, please contact our EMNA President at 795-0155.  

What are the Block Captain's responsibilities?

A Block Captain is responsible for a particular street or block in El Montevideo on which they live.  Each Captain has a duty to meet and welcome new residents as well as introduce themselves to existing residents, collect neighborhood association dues, attend neighborhood meetings and make a block report, form a Neighborhood Watch or emergency contact/phone chain on their street or block, report violations (trash, dog litter, noise, etc.), and distribute information regarding meetings, suspicious activity, or neighborhood events. Each Block Captain helps the neighborhood as a whole maintain a high quality of life and make El Montevideo a friendly place to live. What a rewarding experience!