Membership

Trinity Park in the snowJoin the Trinity Park Neighborhood Association!

Dues are $15 per year.

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Discounts for multi-year memberships are available!

2 years = $25

5 years = $50

Or become a Lifetime Magnolia member for $200.

Pay your membership dues online using PayPal, or via mail. Details for both options outlined below.


Yearly Dues


 

Or print and mail the Membership Form and a personal check to:
TPNA Membership Chair
PO Box 725
Durham, NC 27702

What are the benefits of being a TPNA member? What does the TPNA do?

By becoming a Trinity Park Neighborhood Association member, you are making a financial contribution to a variety of annual neighborhood events, beautification projects, and ongoing efforts to preserve and improve our historic neighborhood. Each household with an active membership gets to register their vote in the annual TPNA meeting. Members also may get discounts on special neighborhood activities and events. But the biggest benefit by far is the knowledge that you are contributing to the overall quality of life in our neighborhood.

What do my dues pay for?

Your $15 annual contribution goes to support a variety of fun events and improvements to the neighborhood. TPNA organizes an annual spring egg hunt, concerts in the park by the Durham Symphony, a Halloween party, periodic Historic House Tours, and a winter holiday luminaria night. All households receive a quarterly newsletter and have access to the Trinity Park website and email listservs. The association supports the planting of new trees to replace some of our dying older oaks and funds beautification efforts, including maintenance of the garden at Trinity Park. The neighborhood association periodically works with other community groups to fund special projects that improve the neighborhood.
TPNA works as a collective to protect neighborhood interests on issues such as zoning, commercial development, crime, traffic, and safety. We are currently monitoring a state clean-up effort at a former dry cleaning site. All of these tasks require funds from dues and business sponsorships.

How else can my household become more involved in the neighborhood?

  • Attend TPNA meetings (1st Wed. of the month, 7:30 pm at George Watts Montessori).
  • Visit http://trinitypark.org & join the TP email listservs.
  • Volunteer to help with one of the many neighborhood annual events.