University Heights Neighborhood Association (UHNA)
Center-city living in a historic neighborhood.
- UHNA Vision, Mission, and Bylaws
University Heights Neighborhood Association Vision Statement
We want to be the destination residence for those who seek the benefits of center-city living in a historic neighborhood.
UHNA Mission Statement
We want to celebrate, preserve and enhance the qualities that make University Heights unique, maintaining the neighborhood as a vibrant, desirable community for living and playing.
Click below to download a copy of our current Bylaws.
- Rezoning Meeting
There will be a meeting regarding the rezoning proposal for the following properties: 1739, 1745, 1755 S. National, 1141 E Sunshine, and 1138 University St. The proposal is to rezone these properties from Residential – Single Family to General Retail.
The meeting will be held Thursday, August 18, 2022 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Messiah Lutheran Church, 925 E Seminole St. Springfield, MO 65807.
This meeting is a required as part of the application process for rezoning.
If you attend the meeting, please fill out a written comment card so the developer and council member staff know what you think.
If you are not able to attend the meeting, you can email comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include your name, address, and telephone number as well as the address of the project in your correspondence.
- 4th of July Parade
July 4, 2022
Location: Meet at the corner of Holland and Stanford, participants will walk around the block. This is very informal!
Dust off your best patriotic finery and get ready to decorate your favorite conveyance (or critter) for our annual celebration. After the parade, stick around for frozen confections and if you’re game, a water balloon battle!
- July Meeting
7/6/2022 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
UHNA Board of Directors is inviting you to a scheduled monthly meeting. We’ll discuss upcoming activities and concerns.
This meeting will be at 1024 E Stanford St.
Please contact us if you are not on the email list and we’ll add you.
- Artistree Pottery Night
Grab the kids and join your neighbors for a creative evening out at Artistree Pottery. Cost is based on which piece or pieces you choose to create.
Space is limited, so please RSVP by responding to the event on Facebook. You may also email email@example.com to RSVP for the event.
The City of Springfield, Missouri welcomed University Heights Neighborhood Association as its 21st registered neighborhood in the spring of 2019!
University Heights’ boundaries are Bennett Street/Brookside Street on the north, National Avenue on the east, Campbell Avenue on the west and Sunshine Street on the south.
The association usually meets at 5:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month. See the calendar and latest news posts for meeting updates.
- President: Jan Peterson
- Vice president: John Stinson
- Secretary: Annette Hollon
- Treasurer: Donelle Blubaugh
- Linda Regan
- Donna Hemann
- Brandon Biskup
Help us build a stronger neighborhood by joining
The University Heights Neighborhood Association is all about celebrating and protecting everything that makes our neighborhood the unique, vibrant community it is. But we need your help.
By becoming a member, you can help:
- work with city officials directly on issues that concern us;
- create a vision for our neighborhood;
- participate in beautification and clean-up efforts;
- help make our neighborhood safer;
- get to know your neighbors better through events.
All of this for just $10 per household per year or $25 per business or nonprofit per year. Our membership year runs through June 30. Any household, business or nonprofit within the boundaries of Brookside/Bennett Street, National Avenue, Sunshine Street and Campbell Avenue is welcome.
Your dues will help pay for clean-up events, communications expenses such as newsletters and our website, neighborhood celebrations and, most important, give you a vote on issues that affect our neighborhood.
Joining is simple:
For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jan Peterson, president, at 417-838-6216. Thank you!
Need help? Ask a neighbor!
The University Heights Neighborhood Association might be able to help you. If you need groceries or prescriptions delivered or help finding other resources, we have volunteers ready to help.