The HCCA still has some funds to distribute matching monies for multi-family neighborhood improvement projects. Now might be a great time to do something like this! The matching funds have some requirements, and are first-come, first-served. The details are on this page.
Snow accumulation is forecast Sunday evening throughout next week. An important lesson learned last February is that city snow plows will avoid plowing with cars parked on the street, ESPECIALLY on the hills. So PLEASE, park cars in your garage or driveway while the snow is falling. Since this email list only gets to about half the neighborhood residents, please feel free to share this information with your neighbors.
In the recent It’s Your City newspaper, you might have seen the article about keeping storm drains clear. Keeping leaves and debris raked away from the grates helps prevent flooding in the neighborhood. All neighbors can help keep the drains clear, not just the residents immediately next to the drains. Thank You!!!
Please don’t leave “Free” items on the curb. The recent occurrences have proven that if you don’t want it, nobody else does either. Please be responsible and take your own discarded items to Goodwill or the dump.
For the BBQ left on 157TH Avenue, if there is a generous neighbor willing to take it to the dump, the HCCA will reimburse your dump fee.