Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation’s mission is to advocate for Denver citizens by bringing together, informing and empowering Denver neighborhood organizations to actively engage in addressing City issues.

INC was established in 1975, operates as a not-for-profit organization and is managed by volunteers. We are also classified as a public charity under the 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) of the Internal Revenue Code. INC’s 501(c)(3) Federal tax identification is 84-0820113

Join us today and take part in shaping Denver’s future.

There are two basic classifications of members. Both classifications offer opportunities to support INC at higher levels of participation beyond standard dues.  These levels are outlined below.  Any member level may participate in INC Committees

1. Neighborhood Organizations Membership Any Registered Neighborhood Organization within Denver County.
Each INC Member Organization may appoint up to two voting Delegates to attend regularly scheduled INC business meetings. Member RNO’s are also eligible to serve on INC Committees and represent INC on Denver City Boards and Commissions.
❏ Patron Gold $500
❏ Patron Silver $250
❏ Patron Bronze: $100
❏ Patron $75
❏ Standard RNO Membership: $40

If you prefer to print an application for RNO membership and mail it, please click  Membership Form RNO or you can download a form that allows you to fill out with your computer Fill able form

2. Associate Members Individuals, civic groups, non-profit groups, business organizations, students or government agencies
Associate members are non-voting status.
❏ Patron Gold $500
❏ Patron Silver $250
❏ Patron Bronze: $100
❏ Patron Associate $75
❏ Associate Individual Member: $25
❏ Associate Organization Member $50
❏ Student Member: $10

If you prefer to print an application for Associate membership and mail it, please click Membership Form NON RNO

TO JOIN or RENEW ONLINE Please be prepared to pay via Pay Pal or credit card, click on the appropriate membership category below:


Neighborhood Organization Membership

Neighborhood Organization Membership  – (for neighborhood organizations, business improvement districts, HOA’s)

Associate Membership

Associate Membership  – (for individuals, students, City, other business entities)

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Our 2018 Membership is displayed below

The list below represents INC’s membership for the year 2018 as of March 13, 2018

Membership is categorized as either Registered Neighborhood Organizations (RNO) or Associate Members. INC offers tiered membership opportunities for added support for INC’s efforts.  RNO members are our voting members. 


Patron Silver (1)
Crestmoor Park 2nd Filing Homes Assn.

Patron Bronze (8)
Baker Historic Neighborhood Assn.
Capitol Hill United Neighborhoods/CHUN
Congress Park Neighbors Inc.
Cory-Merrill Neighborhood Assn.
Highland United Neighbors INC/HUNI
Hutchinson Hills/Willow Point Homeowners Inc.
Rosedale Harvard Gulch Neighborhood Assn.
University Park Community Council

Patron (7)
Cherry Creek North Neighborhood Assn.
Cherry Hills Vista Community Assn.
City Park Friends & Neighbors/CPFAN
Overland Park Neighborhood Assn.
Platte Park People’s Assn/3PA
Stokes Place/Green Bowers Neighborhood
West Washington Park Neighborhood Assn.

Standard Membership (65)
Alamo Placita Neighborhood Assn.
Athmar Park Neighborhood Assn.
Bellevue-Hale Neighborhood Assn.
Berkeley Neighborhood Assn.
Berkeley Regis United Neighbors
Blue Bird Business Improvement District
Bonnie Brae Neighborhood Assn.
Chaffee Park Neighborhood Assn.
Cherry Creek East Assn.
Cherry Creek North Bus. Improvement District
Cherry Point HOA
Clayton United
Cole Neighborhood Assn.
Colfax Avenue Bus. Improvement District
College View Neighborhood Assn.
Concha Townhome Assn.
Cook Park Neighborhood Assn.
Cranmer Park/Hilltop Civic Assn.
Cross Community Coalition
Cultural Arts Residential Org./(CARO)
Curtis Park Neighbors
Driving Park Historic District
East Cheesman Neighbors Assn.
East Colfax Neighborhood Assn.
Elyria & Swansea Neighborhood Assn.
FANS for Cheesman Park
FANS for Washington Park
Five Points Historic District
Globeville Civic Partners
Globeville K.A.R.E.S.
Golden Triangle Assn.
Greater Park Hill Neighborhood Assn.
Green Valley Citizens Advisory Board/GVRCAB
Harkness Heights Neighborhood assn.
Harvey Park Community Assn.
Historic Montclair Community Assn.
Humboldt Street Neighborhood Assn.
Inspiration Point Neighborhood Assn.
Jefferson Park United Neighbors/JPUN
La Alma/Lincoln Park Neighborhood Assn.
Larimer Place Condominiums
Lower Downtown Neighborhood Assn.
Lowry United Neighbors
Mayfair Neighbors Inc
Montbello 20/20
Neighbors of North Overland/NOON
Old San Rafael Neighborhood Org.
Sloan’s Lake Citizens Group
Sloan’s Lake Neighborhood Assn.
South City Park Neighborhood Assn.
South Hilltop Neighborhood Assn.
Southmoor Park East HOA
Southmoor Park South Neighborhood Assn.
Swallow Hill Neighborhood Assn.
The Unsinkables
University Hills North Community
University Neighbors Neighborhood Assn.
Uptown on the Hill
Virginia Village/Ellis Community Assn.
Washington Park East Neighborhood Assn.
Wellshire East Homeowners Assn.
West Colfax Bus. Improvement District
West Highland Neighborhood Assn.
Westwood Residents Assn.
Winston Downs Community Assn.


Patron Gold (4)
BGood Ventures LLC
Mile High Dispensary
Visit Denver-(Convention & Visitors Bureau)

Patron Silver (2)
City Council District 1-Rafael Espinoza
Michael Henry

Patron Bronze (5)
Denver City & County/HRCP
Denver Health
Gertie Grant
Upper Downtown Development Org.
Zeppelin Development

Patron (7)
BNSF Railways
Colorado Convention Center
Denver Water
Fly Denver (Denver Int’l Airport)
Bernie Jones, PhD
City Council District 10 –Wayne New
Xcel Energy Inc.

Associate Organizations (8)
Brookdale University Park
City Council District 4 – Kendra Black
LivWell Enriched Health
Native Roots
Prohibition Herb (Animas Herbal Wellness Center –3 locations)
Southwest Improvement Council/SWIC

Associate Individuals (9)
Jan Marie Belle
Christine Citron
Stephen M. Griffin, PhD
Harriet R. Hogue
Nanci Kerr
Aubrey Lavizzo
Councilwoman Deborah Ortega
Sandra D. Shreve
Joe Wood

Archived memberships

Other membership lists can be found in our Newsletter Archive –


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Membership — 3 Comments

  1. Does one need to become a member to receive the newsletter by e-mail? I used to get it in the past but then it stopped coming a couple of years ago. I would like to attend some meetings but don’t know where they are being held since I don’t get the newsletter.

  2. Currently GPHC receives an email and four (4) copies of mail on the same subject. The email copy is sufficient for us. Please delete mail from your list in the follow names: Rebecca Born, Dave Felice, LeAnn Anderson, and Roberta Locke.

    Feel free to contact me, by email, with an questions or concerns. Thank you for your attention to this matter.

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