Neighborhood Association Spotlight
Historic Highlands Neighborhood consists of approximately 715 homes. The Historic Highlands Neighborhood Association (HHNA) was formed in the early 1990's to facilitate and encourage neighbors to collectively work together to build a stronger community and provide a unified voice to City Hall, when needed. The HHNA consists of an all-volunteer board and a number of subcommittees focused on events/issues affecting the neighborhood.
Today you will find the Historic Highlands a vibrant neighborhood, with many community activities which reinforce and encourage a strong bond between neighbors. Annual events include the Historic Highlands Home Tour, Fourth of July Parade & BBQ, and the Labor Day Block Party. There are typically two neighborhood General Meetings held in the Spring and Fall each year to update the neighborhood on events and issues impacting the neighborhood area.
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