Summer Park Upgrades

The city has contacted the SKNA board regarding upgrades to Southeast Park this summer. The tennis courts will be resurfaced. We were presented with two options regarding the basketball courts.

Thanks for responding to this survey. The results are listed below.

What is your position on the future of our neighborhood basketball courts?
leave the courts as they are
resurface single court with the other court returning to green space via reseeding

Update: One court has been resurfaced and the other has been seeded. Grass is starting to sprout.

Annual Meeting

Thursday, May 12


Childs Elementary School Art Room

The meeting is open to all Sycamore Knolls residents. Below is a tentative agenda for the meeting.

7:30 Welcome and introductions, Ivor Davies, SKNA Board President
7:35 Overview of agenda, Ivor Davies
7:40 Treasurer’s report, Bill Lonnberg, SKNA Board Treasurer
7:50 Report on forthcoming SKNA website, Andrew Koop, SKNA Board Secretary
7:55 Report on upcoming neighborhood events, Tara Darcy-Hall, SKNA Board VP
8:00 Report on possible neighborhood signage, Janie Ackermann
8:10 Discussion of potential increase in annual SKNA dues
8:20 Q & A
8:25 Appointment of interested neighbors to SKNA Board as members-at-large
8:30 Adjourn & opportunity to pay dues (before they possibly go up!)


Thanks to the many neighbors who have submitted their 2016 dues. For those who have yet to pay, payments may be made in two different ways.

  • Online via PayPal. Go to the Pay Dues page on this site and fill out the form.
  • Via check. Please make payable to “Sycamore Knolls Neighborhood Association” in the amount of $6, and mail to Bill Lonnberg at 2620 E Rock Creek Dr., Bloomington IN 47401.

Please email for more information.

Neighborhood Email Listserv

On a related note, Sycamore Knolls has an email list (Listserv) which allows neighborhood residents a con- venient way to communicate.


There have been SKNA board discussions regarding the possibility of adding signage to neighborhood entrances. Discussions have covered a potential application for a city neighborhood improvement grant and artist donations.