The Hillcrest Block Party is coming soon. Why not come out, hang out, meet your neighbors and enjoy a summer get-together?
What: Block Party
Who: All Hillcrest Residents
When: June 15th at 5:30
Where: Central Park
Why: Come out for games, hamburgers (provided) and to have some fun with your neighbours.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any dietary restrictions and we will do our best to accommodate.
See you there!
Your Hillcrest Community Association
From Whitehorse Star, Friday, May 26, 2017
Administrative Report to City Council May 15
If you have trouble getting this document, please contact one of the Board members.
Here is the press release from the City of Whitehorse
Hillcrest Vote Results Released
Post Date:05/12/2017 12:00 PM
WHITEHORSE – A Bylaw on Hillcrest Local Improvement recently launched a property owner vote. Letter notifications and ballots were sent to property owners by registered mail (one ballot per property). The vote results are now available:
56% (94 of 168) of property owners voted against the project.
A report summarizing the public input received during the Public Hearing along with the results of the vote will be presented to City Council on May 15. A decision by City Council on the bylaw is scheduled for May 23.
To learn about this and other Local Improvement Projects visit whitehorse.ca/liprojects
Manager, Strategic Communications
City of Whitehorse
The Yukon News Article (May 12, 2017):
The Whitehorse Star Article (May 12, 2017):
Hillcrest Clean Up
Saturday, May 6th 1-3 p.m.
Meet at the playground.
Snacks and Refreshments to follow the clean up.
This is a fabulous family activity.
If you are unavailable for the clean up date, pick some time that works for you. Then contact Shaunagh or any of the Board members and let them know where and when you cleaned up. They submit a report to the city about the clean-up activities. Your time counts!
At the Tuesday, April 18th City Council Meeting, two Hillcrest residents will be speaking at City Council. You can tune in on the local Whitehorse Community Channel at 5:30 p.m. The delegates speak at the beginning of the meeting.