Run for the SHA Board
We are always seeking new applicants for our 21-member SHA Board of Directors. Whether a renter, home owner, or business owner, we’d love to have your voice on our volunteer board. You can place your name in consideration for a seat on the Board anytime of the year. SHA keeps a list of new applicants to fill unforeseen vacancies year round, as well as for regular fall elections. More About Becoming a Board Member >
Not interested in the board, but want to get involved? Join SHA committees to help with new projects and planning in Summit Hill. All are welcome to attend! Visit our calendar of events for meeting dates and times.
- Communications & Outreach
- Environment & Beautification
- Pedestrian Safety & Traffic Calming
- Zoning & Land Use (Board Members Only)
Block/Building Club Leader
Build community connections and reduce crime by creating a block or building club. Help create a block or apartment/condo building club to build community connections and reduce crime. Clubs share crime and safety information, as well as gather for National Night Out and get-togethers throughout the year. More About Crime Prevention >
Summit Hill Community Garden
As an extension of the Environment & Beautification Community, the community garden is an urban space where community members can come together to learn from each other and the earth. If you have an interest in sustainability, organic gardening, garden events, or community supported agriculture, click here to learn more!
Summit Hill House Tour
This biennial event (hosted every even year) is the major fund-raiser for Summit Hill Association programming and events. Be a part of one of the most popular historic house tours in the nation. For more information, contact the SHA office.
Other Ways to Get Involved
Stay up to date on happenings in the area. Sign up today!
Gifts to SHA are used for various projects in the neighborhood and are tax deductible. Visit GiveMN for details.
Check out the online calendar and meet Summit Hill neighbors.
General office help is always needed, especially on an on-call basis. Contact us to learn more.