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Neighborhood News
WHA Landscape News
Posted on Jul 9th, 2016
Plans are underway to restore the City Medians throughout the Washington Highlands Neighborhood.  There is a 4 year strategy to rejuvenate the medians on Washington Circle, Alta Vista and Mountain Avenue.  The first year starts this Summer and runs through Spring of 2017.  There are 3 things that we need to accomplish now in order to get started:
  1. Awareness from our Neighbors of what is going to happen this Summer/Fall with removal and maintenance of select shrub beds
  2. Commitment from surrounding Neighbors to water the new beds next Spring when we plant (Spring/Summer 2017 commitment)
  3. Fundraising to provide for the plant materials and labor
Please click here to download a document that provides more details on the effort.
Architectural and Landscape Reviews
Posted on May 26th, 2009
This is a reminder that the Highlands covenants require review and approval of certain projects, including additions, windows, fences, walls, large tree removal, etc. Please contact John Dugan or Patrick Hannon with any questions.  
Posted on Jan 19th, 2009
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The WHA has a sister organization dedicated to the preservation of the historical integrity of the Washington Highlands called the Washington Highlands Historic Preservation Corporation (WHHPC).
Incorporated in October of 1998, the corporation was organized for charitable, educational and cultural purposes. Most notably: to preserve the historic and architectural character of the Washington Highlands neighborhood, to build and preserve monuments and structures that educate the public and identify places of historical significance and to gather and disseminate information concerning the historical significance of the neighborhood.
To learn more about the WHHPC, we welcome you check out their website. They have a fantastic information including a walking tour, historical documents, tips on renovations and their own blog.
From Your Neighbor
Want to host a Home & Garden Party?
Volunteers are needed to open their homes in 2016 to host a great neighborhood get-together.  Hosting is simple, just provide your home, some ice, paper products and nametags and let your neighbors do the rest!
Contact Synara Brown if interested.
Upcoming Events
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