About Central Park United Neighbors
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Central Park United Neighbors (CPUN) is the Registered Neighborhood Organization for the Central Park community. Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNO) are groups formed by residents within a community that are registered with the Denver Department of Community Planning and Development. An RNO hosts regular meetings and is responsible for facilitating communication between residents and as well as facilitating communication between residents and the city.
CPUN provides a working forum for the residents of Central Park to participate in creating, developing and fostering a vibrant urban community dedicated to social equity, environmental responsibility and economic opportunity. At monthly meetings, CPUN facilitates the discussion of key issues with neighbors, engages in proactive problem-avoidance, and amicable problem-solving. CPUN is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our community.
Our mission is to work for the betterment of this community in the City and County of Denver by providing:
a forum for the residents living in Central Park to discuss and resolve issues.
a network of communication.
a means of acting on matters of importance to the community as a whole.
CPUN is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization led by an all-volunteer board of directors, elected to serve by our neighbors.
The CPUN Board of Directors meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 6:30 to 8:30 PM, meetings are hybrid held in person at The MCA Cube or online by Zoom.
View our Meetings and Events Calendar page for more information about upcoming meetings and to review notes from previous meetings.