Do you need the yellow paint on your curb or your nearby intersection repainted? If so, please call 311 and report the specific address or intersection. This spring, the Department of Public Works will be targeting Highland Park for repainting. If this is a request to paint a new spot, please make the same request – though the process may take longer or the request may be denied. Contact Deb Gross’ District 7 Office for more information at 412.255.2140.
Please join us this Thursday to meet our new Zone 5 Commander Jason Lando and get important updates first hand on the Highland Park OLEA for dogs.
We will specifically be discussing the location of the OLEA so if you are a dog owner, we encourage you to attend.
The meeting will start at 7:00pm and will be held at our usual location at St Andrew’s Church at 5801 Hampton Street.
Here’s are two tips we learned at the Love Your Home event. You can get up to $2500 in additional remodeling services through Healthy Home Incentive Program from Allegheny County Public Health Invest ( with a minimum of $5000 towards energy efficiency upgrades of $5,500 or more), and you can get get a home energy audit for only $150 (normally $400) from Duquesne Light.
The Highland Park Community Council (HPCC) is planning our first homeowner resource fair on Saturday, February 21, 2015 to help educate our community at large on home improvements, general home maintenance, navigating city processes such as permitting and innovative approaches to enhancing the value of one’s residence.
This event is FREE to all Highland Park residents!
The event will be held at Union Project, 801 N. Negley Ave., from 10am – 1pm. It will include a traditional resource fair in the Great Room with table stations manned by experts that guests can visit during the entire event and special breakout sessions in the Atrium with selected speaker panels for a more in-depth look at certain topics such as return on investment (ROI) as it relates to home improvements.
Please join us on Thursday for the January HPCC monthly meeting. All Highland Park residents are invited to attend.
Randy and Karen Wood will be our guest presenters. They are proposing a bed & breakfast at 1156 Portland Street and would like to get community feedback on the project. If you are interested in learning more or have any questions or concerns – please come to the meeting.
Join the Highland Park Community Council (HPCC) today! Already a member? Please renew your annual membership and show your continued commitment to the neighborhood. Click here to join online.
Your membership helps make the following community efforts possible:
• Reservoir of Jazz Concerts • Bryant Street Festival • House Tour • Neighborhood Yard Sale • Public Safety • Education • Zoning • Children’s Holiday Parades • Beautification
The HPCC is a non-profit organization (501c3) run completely by neighborhood volunteers and 100% of all membership fees and donations are used to support Highland Park. Founded in 1947, the HPCC is the oldest neighborhood organization in the city.