The annual Highland Park Yard Sale and Bryant Street Festival will once again be held on Sunday, June 3rd! Register here to host a sale at your home or at the flea market on Bryant street. Registration forms are also available at Tazza D’Oro, Bryant Street Market, and Stanton-Negley Pharmacy.
The festivities begin at 9 a.m., when over a hundred Highland Park homes will set up tables and offer items for sale to thousands of bargain hunters walking through the neighborhood. Starting at noon, the Bryant Street Festival will provide an afternoon of family friendly fun with food, music, and activities.
More details for the yard sale and festival will be announced soon. Register as a seller today!
Please Join us for the May Community Meeting of the Highland Park Community Council, which will be held at 7pm on Thursday, May 17th at St. Andrews. We’ll be hearing from A+ Schools on their annual report to the community on the state of education in Pittsburgh, and we’ll also be holding a brainstorming discussion around infrastructure and maintenance needs in the neighborhood in advance of our annual capital budget survey.
NOTE: the presentation from the Environmental Charter School, previously scheduled for this meeting, is being rescheduled.
Hope to see you next week!
The HPCC May 2018 newsletter is now available!
IN THIS ISSUE:
- A Letter from the President
- April Meeting Minutes
- Local Artist Highlight: Tazio Hilbert
- Highland Park House Tour Tickets On Sale!
- The Great Highland Park Yard Sale & Bryant Street Festival
- Meet Jane Miller
- Highland Park Garden Club Presents Angela Yuele
- Restoration Specialists: Stuart Dean Company
- 4th Annual Zone 5 Community Open House
- Repairs to Walking Tunnel Underway
- Around St. Andrews
- Neighborhood Resources by the Numbers
The Port Authority has initiated a new round of public meetings to hear from residents about the proposed Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project; on May 2nd, a meeting will be held in East Liberty for all east end neighborhoods effected by the proposal, including Highland Park:
If you’re interested the routing, station locations, or service schedule or this project, consider attending; whether you use public transit frequently, occasionally, or not at all, this proposal has the potential to have an impact on our neighborhood, so please take this opportunity to learn more and register your opinion!
You can also complete a survey to provide your feedback on the project here.