Serving Cherry Creek North Residents

The Cherry Creek North Neighborhood Association (CCNNA)

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CCNNA is the Registered Neighborhood Organization for the Cherry Creek North Neighborhood. As such, CCNNA is the organization that educates residents about what is going on in the neighborhood and in the City. CCNNA interfaces regularly with City departments and our City Council representatives to address legislative issues of importance to Cherry Creek North and those that impact the City generally. CCNNA also addresses more practical issues as necessary to inform the neighborhood, like ‘what day does street sweeping start’ and CCNNA disseminates such information beneficial to all who interface with residents and businesses in the area. With over 5,000 households and one of the most robust business and retail areas in the City, Cherry Creek North is both a destination and a place to call home.
MISSION STATEMENT: To promote, protect, preserve, and enhance the character of the Cherry Creek North neighborhood, the quality of life of its residents, and the feeling of community; and to inform and represent its members.
CCNNA Bylaws, Click Here.
CCNNA Geographic Boundaries – 6th Avenue on the North, 1st Avenue on the South, Colorado Boulevard on the East, and University Avenue on the West.
CCN Business Improvement District – a city chartered organization that provides support to independently-owned businesses composed of spas, boutiques, restaurants, galleries, and other specialty shops. (Click Here)
Cherry Creek Shopping Center – One of the premier shopping centers in the country.  (Click Here)
Contact us:  
Cherry Creek North Neighborhood Association (CCNNA)
PO Box 6010
Denver, CO 80206



Welcome to the new CCNNA website. Our goal is to link our neighbors together with current information, happenings, and resources that impact our lives.
We are still under construction, so keep checking in for the latest updates.

Recent News

The 2021 Sip and Savor brought neighbors, sponsors, and wine and food vendors together to raise funds of over $7000 for Urban Peak and the Ross-Cherry Creek Library.
Sip & Savor’s venue sponsor Room and Board and the event sponsors Susan Miesen, Rachel Miesen, and Megan Harper at Milehimodern, and Jeff Bernard and Kathy Staiano at Sotheby’s International Realty made it possible for our neighborhood to fulfill our mission by enhancing neighborhood life,  contributing to our sense of community, and giving back.
We would like to acknowledge our wine and food sponsors: The Vineyard, Urban Egg, Enstrom’s Candies, Bad Daddy’s Burger Bar, Milwaukee Tavern, Maggie and Molly’s Sweet Life, Kobe An, and North Italia. A sincere thank you to all of our sponsors!
CCNNA’s first Shred- A-Thon was held on October 2nd with enthusiasm to continue this each year. CCNNA members. could shred 2 bags or boxes free with $10 for additional box/bags. 102 boxes were shredded right on the spot.


  • Safety Meeting
  • Annual Meeting