Join Phillips West Neighborhood Organization for our Fall Fest and Annual Meeting on Saturday November 6th from 4:00 – 6:00 pm! The Annual Meeting is an important yearly step for the neighborhood. We’ll hold elections, review the PWNO strategic plan, and envision what we want our neighborhood to look like in the coming years.
This will also be a celebration! Enjoy pumpkin painting, cider and fall treats, and help create a mural that will be displayed in the Phillips West community garden. More details on location and activities to come soon. For now, mark your calendars for November 6th, and get ready to celebrate our neighborhood together!
Run for the Phillips West Board of Directors
PWNO is seeking new board members for 1 year terms to be elected at our Annual Meeting on November 6th 2021. These board members will have an opportunity to give back to our neighborhood, and share your gifts of energy and vision!
Eligible board members must be 16 years old or older and meet ONE of the following qualifications:
- Live in the Phillips West neighborhood
- Work at a business, organization, or institution located in Phillips West
- Study at an educational institution located in the Phillips West neighborhood
- Own residential property in Phillips West
Applications due by midnight on Wednesday, October 27th! If you miss our application deadline, your responses will not be featured in our ballot packet but you will still have a chance to nominate yourself from the floor on the day of our Annual Meeting. You can complete the application here.
Please share this opportunity with your family and neighbors! If you have any questions, you can reach out to Mira at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can learn more about current board members here and get answers to Frequently Asked Questions here.
The Phillips West Neighborhood Organization (PWNO) is a 501(C)3 nonprofit and is the officially recognized Citizen-Participation Neighborhood Organization with the City of Minneapolis. Our mission is to engage the diverse voices of all those who live, learn, work, and play in Phillips West in order to advocate for greater individual well-being and community empowerment. PWNO aims to be an inclusive and accessible hub of resources, information, and connection for all in Phillips West.