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If you live in the Greentree neighborhood here in Madison, Wisconsin, you know what a great neighborhood this is! If you are not yet a Greentree Neighborhood Association (GTNA) member, we hope you consider joining. The Association provides a collective voice when expressing concerns to the City, a source for information on area community events, and builds a stronger sense of neighborhood community through fun neighborhood events. Any household in the Greentree neighborhood is welcome to join.

​Art by Bill Grover and the students of Falk Elementary School.  Photo by Linda Johnson

Volunteers Needed

Consider joining the GTNA Board!  We need volunteers to keep this wonderful organization going! 

Greentree Neighborhood Association


Good Neighbor Signs

In partnership  with Orchard Ridge neighborhood; Greentree Neighborhood   will be putting out Good Neighbor 9pm signs reminding people to  “turn on lights,  close garage doors and lock up car & house”  to help make our neighborhood safer and prevent crimes of opportunity.

GTNA Board Meetings

Next Meeting

Monday December 5, 2022 at 6:30pm via Zoom

To attend the meeting, email

New for 2022! Vote For Your Favorite Holiday Lights!
TThis year, our wonderful team of judges will nominate six different homes thought to be the ‘best’ of the neighborhood. They will judge during the evenings of December 5-7, 2022.

From December 9 to December 15, YOU will have the opportunity to vote for your favorite lighting display
using this link (link will be active December 9-15).

Note: There is one vote per email address.

Winners will be announced on Friday, December 15, 2022, via Greentree Neighborhood Association Facebook page  and published in the following STUMP edition.


​The Halloween Bonfire was Excellent!

Thanks for coming!

On October 31, the annual Greentree Halloween bonfire took place. Over 100 adults, kids, several dogs and one cat attended the evening event. Hot chocolate was consumed and the fire was warm as well.

Special thanks to Bonnie and Steve Henningfield for suppling the hot cocoa; cocoa servers Barbara and Andrew Torres, Helen and Pat Sheahan, Maddy Scott; fire management by Mayo and Dave Ewanowski, Ian Scott; firewood provided and delivered by Kathy and Joel Batha; permits, set up, and breakdown by Jay Russell and Allan Bricker; Betty Zahid for allowing us to use her water to extinguish the fire. 

GTNA Board Members Needed!
The Greentree Neighborhood Association (GTNA) needs your help. We need board members to assist in keeping the Greentree Neighborhood a vibrant, active community for all of us residents. This year is the 60th Anniversary of the GTNA. We need help to continue this long tradition of community involvement.

The GTNA Board meets nine times a year for an hour. Nine hours. Not a huge commitment. A small core of less than ten people represent and plan for a neighborhood of over 700 homes. We are asking for you to commit to the nine hours and potentially a few more hours a year on special occasions to make this neighborhood special. “Many hands make light work.” If you can help us out, please email for more information. Thank you.


GTNA Board Meeting
The next GTNA Board Meeting will be:
Monday December 5, 2022 at 6:30pm via Zoom

To attend the meeting, email