Greater Capitol Hill
A Registered Neighborhood Organization (RNO)
For people wanting to be involved in setting a direction for the greater Capitol Hill neighborhood
Who we are:
A group of neighborhood activists who believe that more focus is needed on Greater Capitol Hill's core issues of:
Transportation, including walking, biking, transit and - yes - even driving. This includes parking issues, which create headaches throughout our neighborhood.
Historic Preservation, because our neighborhood is host to so many historic structures, including some iconic ones.
Licensing, including for establishments that sell alcohol and marijuana.
The boundaries of Neighbors for Greater Capitol Hill are generally: York/Josephine Streets on the east, 6th Avenue on the south, Broadway on the west, and Glenarm Place/23rd Avenue on the north.
Become a Member of Neighbors for Greater Capitol Hill
We will do our best to keep you informed and represent the interests of the residents of Capitol Hill. Individual memberships are just $10 for the calendar year beginning January 1.
Download the application at https://tinyurl.com/s5caf79 and mail it with your check.
We accept donations, too!
Neighbors for Greater Capitol Hill
P.O. Box 18516
Denver, Colorado 80218
President: Brad Cameron
Vice President: Caroline Schomp
Secretary: Michael Harr
Treasurer: Hilleary Waters
INC Delegates: Michael Henry, Brad Cameron
Board members: Shayne Brady, Michael Henry, Matt James, and Kathleen Reilly
Historic Preservation - chaired by Michael Henry.
Zoning, Land Use, Transportation & Licensing: co-chaired by Brad Cameron, Shayne Brady.
Communication: chaired by Caroline Schomp.