East Hillians are passionate about trees especially our oaks. If you wanna get folks riled up cut one down. It’s been our experience that a lot of us are passionate about trees and that most of us know very little about the ordinance that controls what can and can’t be done when it comes to the trees on our property.
To aide our understanding of the Tree Ordinance–we will have all the experts at the February EHNA quarterly meeting. Scheduled to be there are a person from City Parks. The person that wrote our current tree ordinance and two Arborists. Gulf Power Co. tree trimming supervisor will be present to respond to your questions about their work.
The meeting’s purpose is to learn about the current ordinance not debate it. Bring your questions and let us know if you will attend so that we have enough space. Depending on attendance, the location could move. Stay tuned here and to our website for updates. (www.myeasthill.org).
Learn more about the upcoming meeting details and schedule here: February Tree Ordinance Meeting
Congratulations to August’s Copper Star Award recipient.
EHNA is hosting July 9, 6PM at Sacred Heart Cathedral a forum for all Mayoral Candidates. This is a great opportunity to learn each candidate and which you will choose to support. If you have questions you would like to be included please email them HERE in advance of the meeting.
1024 E Desoto St Chris & Tricia Pharr
Please pardon our dust at Bayview Park! We will be demolishing the outdoor restrooms near the playground starting Wednesday, May 16th and putting an ADA accessible restroom trailer in place temporarily.
There will be some site work required to prepare for the restroom trailer but we expect all to be complete within two weeks. The portable restroom trailer will be in place until new permanent outdoor restrooms are
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The Mayor’s cleanup program will be visiting the East Hill area on May 19.
The East Hill Neighborhood Association was recognized by the Mayor for our new addition to the 12th Avenue Oak Trees.
Over 100 people served and help raise almost $1,000.00!