The Arbor Hills neighborhood is on the southwest side of Madison, Wisconsin near the UW Arboretum. Our mission as a neighborhood association is to create a sense of community by holding events and developing spaces that are welcoming and inclusive for all residents.
All of our general events are open to both members and non-members. Consider becoming a member for service opportunities, voting privileges, becoming an affiliate and MORE!
The Arbor Hills Neighborhood Association’s mission is to create a sense of community by holding events and developing spaces that are welcoming and inclusive for all residents. Elected members of our Board meet regularly to plan events, address neighborhood concerns, and develop communication to help neighbors stay in the know about what’s happening in Arbor Hills. All Board members work in a volunteer capacity to serve our neighbors. The Board works closely with elected officials representing Arbor Hills, law enforcement, school administrators and others to represent the interests of our neighborhood.
Members of the Association support these efforts through annual household membership dues, which help fund our events, newsletters, and other neighborhood initiatives. Membership Year is October 1 through September 30. As a member, you receive:
* Invitations to neighborhood events, like our annual Fourth of July Parade, food truck nights in the park, a Halloween party, and more.
* Voting privileges at our annual neighborhood meeting, where Board members are elected and where updates about neighborhood activities are shared with attendees.
* A copy of our quarterly newsletter containing important information about events, features to get to know your neighbors, and other news to help you stay connected with your local community.
Your membership also helps amplify our voice when we speak with city officials about issues affecting Arbor Hills. To become a member, simply complete the membership form and pay your annual dues using this link or ‘Become a Member'
button at the top of the page.
We hope to see you around the neighborhood! Sincerely, the AHNA Board