The Association

The primary purpose of the Association is to improve the Emerson East neighborhood as a place to live, work, and recreate. Means used to accomplish this purpose may include:

  • Promoting open, democratic public participation and involvement in the neighborhood;
  • Generating and sustaining a spirit of cooperation among area residents and property owners;
  • Identifying potential challenges that may affect the neighborhood and working to develop strategies to address them;
  • Serving as advocate for those policies and programs that, after appropriate analysis and open discussion, seem to be in the best interests of the neighborhood;
  • Working in cooperation with the city and other neighborhood groups to improve the neighborhood and further its social and environmental sustainability; and
  • Providing opportunities for people in the neighborhood to meet one another and develop a spirit of neighborliness.

A monthly EENA meeting is held on the 1st Wednesday of the month generally at Bashford United Methodist Church, 329 North St, Madison, 6:30pm-8pm. The Annual election is held in October. Check Events Page for more details on all upcoming events. These meetings are open to the public however only members can vote.

Current Elected Council MeA map of the EENA neighborhood, showing area boundaries.mbers (Elected October 6, 2016):

Treasurer: Amanda Duesterbeck
Area 1 Rep: Gail Piper and Jessica LeClair
Area 2 Rep: Adrienne Sella and Indira Ceylan
Area 3 Rep: Diane Farsetta
Member at large: Barb Jenkin