TLNA is an active participant in the Duke-Durham Neighborhood Partnership, which brings together 14 Durham neighborhoods near Duke campus (Bragtown, Burch Avenue, Crest Street Lakewood Park, Lyon Park, Morehead Hill, Old West Durham, Trinity Heights, Trinity Park, Southside, Tuscaloosa-Lakewood, Walltown, Watts-Hillandale, West End).
See https://community.duke.edu/programs-initiatives/housing-neighborhoods/ for more information.
Durham Neighborhoods United (DNU) was formed in 2013 to address the issues caused by Duke University off-campus fraternities and Student Living and Athletic Groups in the neighborhoods adjacent to the university. The organization is made up of residents from these neighborhoods who live near to these houses, and is open to anyone who has been affected by the activities of these houses. DNU's goal is to end the yearly cycle of mega-student parties and to make it extremely difficult for them to be held within Durham city limits.
To see Durham Neighborhoods United’s Protocol for Dealing with Off-Campus Fraternity and Student Living Houses, click here.