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The Neighborhood Summit is a day-long conference that showcases community building success stories and celebrates neighborhood development across the Louisville community. Through interactive workshops, engaging keynote speakers, a regional vendor fair, and networking breakouts, Neighborhood Summit attendees learn about community achievements, make valuable connections, and come away inspired.

Thank you for a successful

2019 Neighborhood Summit!

Get it again: Workshop Slides

Click on the name of the workshop to open up the workshop slides.

Congratulations to our 2019 award winners

Each year, Center For Neighborhoods accepts nominations from the community at large in order to acknowledge excellence in leadership and service across Louisville neighborhoods. Awardees are celebrated at the Neighborhood Summit.

Jack Trawick Neighborhood Association of the Year: Schnitzelburg Area Community Council (SACC)

Neighborhood Leadership Award: Talesha Wilson (West Louisville) 

Neighborhood Leadership Award: Mike Hayman (Seneca Park)

Collaborative Neighborhood Partner Award: West of Ninth (https://www.westofninth.com/)

 

Public Official Award: Jeff Brown, Assistant Director of Metro Public Works

Grady Clay Achievement  Award: David Tomes

The Neighborhood Summit is

an annual gathering every Fall.

Networking

 

Meet like minded community members from across Metro Louisville including neighborhood leaders, local government officials and non-profit partners.

 

Expert Keynotes 

 

Hear from local and national experts on important and ground breaking efforts in community building and local action.

 

Awards 

 

Enjoy lunch with hundreds of your Metro Louisville neighbors and celebrate the great work happening across the region.  

Who Should Attend?

 
Neighborhood Leaders or Emerging Leaders

Longtime or new neighborhood leaders and board members or citizens interested in starting a new neighborhood association

 

Existing Association Members

Neighborhood Associations, Homeowner Associations, Condo Associations, Subdivisions, Suburban Cities, Neighborhood Watches or Block Clubs

 

Neighborhood Businesses

Local businesses, business associations and corporate partners interested in the health and vitality of neighborhoods

Nonprofit Community Partners

Longtime or new neighborhood leaders and board members or citizens interested in starting a new neighborhood association

 

Local Government Officials & Staff

Come hear from your constituents, share your expertise and develop stronger relationships with, and new ideas for, the community you serve

 

Call us:

502-589-0343

1126 Berry Blvd, Ste 300

Louisville, KY 40215

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