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Our History

The Belmont Heights Community Association

The roots of the BHCA date back to 1910 and has been known throughout the decades as the Belmont Improvement Association (1910s), Belmont Heights Improvement Association (1940s), and Belmont Heights-Belmont Park United Citizens (1970s).

 

The BHCA, as known today, started taking shape in the early 1990s. Its focus then was compiling accurate crime statistics. The group was reactivated in 2005, led by Dianne Sundstrom, Maureen Neeley and Marc Coleman in reaction to the teardowns and rebuilds considered out of character to the neighborhood.

 

Today, the BHCA is comprised of homeowners, renters, and business owners who seek to provide a healthy forum for neighborhood solutions and community gatherings. Our volunteer board and members continue the legacy of those early Belmont Heights residents and leaders who sought to improve life in our neighborhood.

Meet the Board

Gina Redican

President

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My goal is expanding
community outreach through an increased variety of neighborhood activities and strengthening BHCA bonds with local businesses.

Derrick Muska

Vice President

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I hope to help increase family involvement and membership within the BHCA, as well as raise more family-oriented topics within the Association.

Jean Newkirk

Treasurer

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I got involved with the BHCA because I think that this neighborhood is a jewel.

Evelyn Crofts

Secretary

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I look forward to

engaging with the community and hope to highlight our beautiful historic districts in real and digital worlds.

Jill Unze

Board Member-at-Large

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As a well versed member of the community Jill brings an incredible amount of skill and knowledge to help the growing 

BHCA

Julie Folcik

Board Member-at-Large

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Julie is looking forward to

giving back to her community and lending her years of experience from working for the city of LB to the BHCA. 

Monica Tabrizi

Board Member-at-Large

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Belmont Heights is a treasure and I believe in not only preserving, but also improving its beautiful qualities.

Tasha Thrift

Board Member-at-Large

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Tasha's passion is the Red Car Greenbelt and would love to see it flourish and is also excited to lend her social media expertise to the BHCA.

Our Mission

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Our Mission

The Belmont Heights Community Association

The BHCA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and our mission is to improve the quality of life in our neighborhood through the actions of residents who volunteer their time, skills, and energy by working closely with neighbors, historic districts, local businesses, schools, community organizations, the 3rd district council office, and city staff. 

The BHCA and its membership support many community-centered activities including the following:

  • Our award-winning community newsletter. 

  • Meet neighbors and listen to guest speakers at our monthly meetings.

  • Belmont Heights Historic Districts.

  • Belmont Heights Make a Difference Day.

  • Belmont Heights Art & Architecture Tours.  

  • Egg Hunt in the Heights.

  • Goblin in the Greenbelt.

  • Holiday tree lights in the Colorado Lagoon.

  • A yearly PTA donation to one of our local public schools.

  • Monthly Food Drives

  • 3rd of July Bike Ride through Belmont Heights

  • Yard of the Month

  • AND SO MUCH MORE!

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