Get Involved | Layton Boulevard West Neighbors

Are you looking to get more involved in your neighborhood? Is there a particular project you and your neighbors have been discussing and are you ready to get it going? Layton Boulevard West Neighbors (LBWN) can connect you with a variety of resources to plan and implement community improvement projects that promote neighborhood pride, community safety, and social engagement.

Neighbors in Action Workshop Series < / h2>

Interested in learning how to organize your neighbors to make a positive change in your neighborhood? Then come to this workshop where you will learn about the various local government levels and how you can work with them to improve your neighborhood.

Thursday, August 3rd - How to Lead Great Meetings
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Green School (3628 W Pierce St) Thursday, November 2 - Government Levels - 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Burnham Park Fieldhouse
(33rd & Burnham)

RSVP by filling out this form or by calling 414-385-5300. Food and drinks will be provided. Click here for the 2017 calendar of workshops.

Would be Neighbors Workshops in Action

Interested in learning how to organize your neighbors to make a positive change in your neighborhood? Then come to this workshop where you will learn strategies for communicating with your neighbors.

Thursday, August 3 - How to Lead Good Meetings
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Green School 3628 W Pierce St)

Thursday, November 2 - Government Levels
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Burnham Park Fieldhouse (33rd & Burnham)

Get Involved | Layton Boulevard West Neighbors

If you live on Historic Layton Boulevard, show off that you love where you live!

The flags cost $ 5 and comes with a mounting bracket, 5-foot wooden pole and a neighborhood history written by Milwaukee historian John Gurda.

Contact Brianna at brianna@lbwn.org or 414-383-9038 ext.2305.

Flags for sale for historic district "Layton Boulevard"

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If you live in the historic district of "Layton Boulevard", show that you love where you live! The flags cost $ 5 and include a mounting bracket, a wooden pole and a neighborhood history written by Milwaukee historian John Gurda.

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