Troy Hill’s 1st Block Watch Meeting of 2015 will be held on Wednesday January 21st, 7:00 PM @ The Most Holy Name School Hall (Tinsbury St.) All are welcome and encouraged to attend!
This months meeting, come and meet Pittsburgh Police Officer Kimberly Stanley, our new Community Relations Officer for Troy Hill.
Sprout is thrilled to join the One Northside initiative to engage people who live and work in Pittsburgh’s Northside neighborhoods in conversations about the future of their communities. And with the support of the Buhl Foundation, we’ll be helping Northside community members take local action to support the One Northside vision.
Sprout is offering Neighbor-to-Neighbor Grants of up to $1,000 to provide immediate support for small-scale community projects with broad citizen support as demonstrated by neighborhood petitions, letters of support from community groups, and small financial pledges.
For more information and how to Apply for One Northside Community Innovation Project Granst of up to $1,000
To contact Sprout Northside staff with your inquiry or other questions call or text (412) 867-2907
or email email@example.com.
Cinema in the Park? Bocci? Concerts? Craft events?
A meeting for anyone interested in helping draft and plan future activities to be held in our Citizens Park will be held Tuesday January 13th 6:30 PM @ the THC office, 1619 Lowrie Street. All are welcome to attend. Come join your neighbors and share ideas for how you would like to utilize your park.
There are many exciting projects and ideas going on that THC has to discuss with you this year. To start, I wanted to let everyone know of the results of the December elections for 2015
The three year seats are held by: Patrick Campbell
The one year seat is held by: Janet Koch
One open seat on the board still remains (one year term). If you are interested in serving on the Board please fire off an e-mail to Troy Hill Citizens (troyhillPittsburgh@gmail.com) and let us know.
Our new slate of officers for this year are: