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HTC Celebrates Its Volunteers

Over 30 volunteers joined together on September 25th to toast each other and celebrate their many accomplishments in helping keep Hillcrest one of the sharpest neighborhoods in San Diego! Trent St. Louis, chair of the Hillcrest Town Council’s Marketing Committee, hosted the event at his Cypress Street home.

Read more: HTC Celebrates Its Volunteers

Success Stories

HTC prides itself on the work done in the community. As we continue to grow and tackle even more issues in the neighborhood, we'll publish these success stories.

HTC Launches Updated Web Site

Today, Hillcrest Town Council announces the launch of its new web site at hillcresttowncouncil.com. A major step forward for information about Hillcrest Town Council, the site presents an easy-to-use interface for discovering happenings – past, present and future – in the Hillcrest neighborhood.

Read more: HTC Launches Updated Web Site

Hillcrest Post-Pride Cleanup A Huge Success

On Monday morning, July 18, 2011, volunteers emerged at the corner of Park Boulevard and University Avenue to begin cleaning up the neighborhood after the weekend’s Pride celebration. Over 40 individuals showed up and donned gloves at 7am to sweep Hillcrest’s sidewalks and raise funds for the Hillcrest Town Council, the sponsor of the event.

Read more: Hillcrest Post-Pride Cleanup A Huge Success

City Starts Robinson and 163 Offramp Construction

Work is beginning on a project started in 2010 to redevelop the 163 freeway offramp at Robinson. Hillcrest Town Council asked the City for a more effective intersection -- and got it.

From start to finish, this is just one more Hillcrest Town Council success story.

Read more: City Starts Robinson and 163 Offramp Construction

HTC Clarifies Mid-City Rapid Bus Position

While we greatly appreciate Councilmember Gloria’s efforts to mitigate the parking problem, on balance, we still think this is a bad project for our neighborhood.

Read more: HTC Clarifies Mid-City Rapid Bus Position

Redistricting Map

This week, HTC passed a motion describing the composition of the group's desired City Council District 3.

Read more: Redistricting Map

Hillcrest Goes Greener

Hillcrest Goes Greener is a committee started in 2010. Over a dozen volunteers have taken an interest in working with the neighborhood bringing attention and information to monthly meetings. Experts in the fields of e-cycling, Smart Meters, water conservation and grey water systems, green building and energy efficiency for homes made presentations based on interest expressed in the HTC “Green/Sustainability” survey.

Read more: Hillcrest Goes Greener

Filbert's Tree

A tree which has stood on the southeast corner of Richmond & Pennsylvania for over a century may indeed be saved from the city’s chainsaws. After noticing a big white X on the tree across the street, Hillcrest native Filbert Vigil spoke out for the neighborhood landmark, and he’s been able to make a difference by getting his community involved.

Read more: Filbert's Tree

Hillcrest Town Council meets at 6:30pm each second Tuesday of the month at the Joyce Beers Community Center, located in the heart of Hillcrest on Vermont Street in the Ralphs shopping center.

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