We would like to thank those who have actively supported the association over the years, we appreciate your support.
If you are not currently a dues paying member, please consider sending the Hilltop membership form today.
Dear Hilltop Resident,
We are all fortunate to live in a fantastic neighborhood like Hilltop. The Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association was established in the 1950’s to preserve, protect, and enhance the quality of life and existing character of the neighborhood. Please help us to continue our efforts by renewing your membership with a $25 contribution.
This small investment provides large returns to our neighborhood. Members of our association volunteer their time and talents by serving on committees that address areas related to zoning, traffic, safety, redevelopment, schools and parks. Two of our major ongoing projects include:
Save The Sundial
In late 2012, the Save Our Sundial Fund was formed to raise money to supplement city funds set aside for the restoration of the Cranmer Park sundial, the sundial plaza, and the terrazzo mountain panorama. The sundial and the plaza were recently designated by Colorado Preservation, Inc. as one of Colorado’s Most Endangered Places. Please help us to become one of the “saved” endangered places. For more information visit www.saveoursundial.com or call Denise Sanderson at 303-320-1647.
Redevelopment of 9th & Colorado Boulevard
Progress continues at the 9th and Colorado Blvd site. The developer plans to begin with the residential units in the northeast section of the site, and perhaps some of the commercial units along the north side of 8th Avenue, with demolition starting this summer. Please check our website for notices of future meetings regarding this project.
Like any organization, there are costs associated with such efforts, including insurance, printing and mailing, maintenance of our website, distribution of our email newsletter, as well as membership fees in organizations such as Interneighborhood Cooperation. We also spend funds to host neighborhood events like our very successful Hilltop Halloween Parade.
One way that we can reduce future expenditures is to conduct this annual renewal campaign via email. Please provide your email address and help us in this effort. We promise to communicate information only when it has a neighborhood impact. Important issues are posted on our website: www.DenverHilltop.com.
Thank you for your support of our Association
President, Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Association