If you or a neighbor need help picking up food or medicines, please email hintgenna@gmail.com or call 608-315-2693. 

Hintgen Neighborhood will meet on Tuesday, May 17 at 6:30 p.m. in person at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Mormon Coulee Road & Birch St. We hope to welcome a member of the La Crosse Police Department to update neighbors about new initiatives and current issues, and to answer our questions. Masks are optional.

Thank you, City Planner Lewis Kuhlman, who spoke at our April meeting about the city’s climate action planning process. If you haven’t yet taken the survey or shared your climate story, do so at LaCrosseClimateActionPlan.org

We have started meeting in person again! In order to work with the church’s schedule, we have switched our meeting days to the THIRD TUESDAY OF THE MONTH. If you have suggestions for guest speakers or discussion or program topics, please email us at HintgenNA@gmail.com or call 608-315-2693.


No Mow May: Bees and other pollinators are threatened by increasingly hot weather, chemicals, and other land use issues. The City is trialing a program that encourages property owners to let their lawns grow during the month of May to provide a better start for these important insects. If you would like to participate, please register at the city’s parks, recreation, and forestry page.

The city’s spring clean up day, when large items may be left out for pick up, will occur one time per household on your regular recycling day between May 16 and May 27. For more details, please visit the city’s large items page.


The Hintgen Neighborhood Association meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Mormon Coulee Road & Birch Street.

Contact: HintgenNA@gmail.com

Board: Co-Chair: Cathy Van Maren, Co-Chair: <vacant>, Secretary: Denise Burns, Treasurer: Sue Bluske

View our organizing documents:

Hintgen Neighborhood Association Boundaries: 

Diagonal Road to the North, to the Eastalong the Railroadtracks along 29th Street South, to Holly Place, Broadview Place and Mormon Coulee Road to the South, and Losey Boulevard to the West.