The aim of the Lowry Hill East Neighborhood Association (LHENA) is to provide a structure for neighborhood leadership, offer avenues of participation, promote shared resources, and carry forward a shared vision of our beloved community.
FIRST Stay connected via neighborhood e-news Get updates on events, construction, neighborhood news, and other items of local note.
THIRD Get involved with a community improvement project Visit thewedge.org/connect and find your way in.
LHENA grew out of conversation between neighbors. Fifteen residents gathered on August 4, 1970, to discuss the neighborhood and issues of the times. Agreeing that this is a "good place to live," and with a desire to support "the positive values of city living," they connected with others and formally established LHENA on February 18th, 1971.
Since then, neighbors have used LHENA as a platform to create Mueller Park, organize cleanups, support the children of Jefferson School, establish an Organics Recycling Drop-off program for renters, host countless potlucks and get-togethers, and many other things. There have been successes and failures, and things have been more active at some times than others. Throughout we have remained a presence in the neighborhood and today, we hope to be a means for neighbors to use their heart, head, and hands for positive community change.