Celebrate National Night Out in Dignowity Hill

Event Details:

Tuesday, October 4, 2016
6 – 9 PM
Lockwood Park

Come celebrate National Night Out (NNO) with your Dignowity Hill friends and neighbors.

NNO strengthens neighborhood spirit and community-police partnerships, while sending a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back against crime!

Bring your family out for food, music and fun!

Other events include:
School Supply Drive
Voter Registration


Dig That Jazz on the Hill – Call for Event Design Entries

The Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association is holding our first annual “Dig that Jazz on the Hill” Music Festival.  The event is to be held on November 12, 2016 in Lockwood Park in the Dignowity Hill Historic Neighborhood.  We are excited to announce our first call for event design entries.

For Guidelines and Entry Info, CLICK HERE.

Deadline to submit artwork has been extended to September 30, 2016.

Dignowity Hill Public Parks

During our DHNA meeting yesterday evening, the DHNA Board presented a statement on the sale of parks in the Dignowity Hill neighborhood. See attached for the letter from the DHNA Board of Directors.

Thank you everyone for working together on bringing this discussion to a conclusion. Now, it is time to get to work on activating our parks throughout the neighborhood. We will be arranging the conversation with community members and partners on a way forward immediately.

DHNA Sale of Parks

22nd Annual Basura Bash – Feb 20th

The 22nd Annual Basura Bash is THIS SATURDAY. If you haven't signed up to join the Dignowity Hill clean up crew, please…

Posted by Dignowity Hill Neighborhood Association on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

HDRC Citizens-To-Be-Heard; Wednesday, Feb 17th @ 5pm

What: HDRC Citizens-To-Be-Heard
When: Wednesday, Feb 17th @ 5pm
Where: 1901 S. Alamo

The HDRC will be hosting citizens-to-be heard related to solar panel installations and sustainability topics in historic districts during the February 17 hearing. Discussion will begin no sooner than 5 pm immediately following the regular agenda items.

Your feedback will be incorporated into the development of a Historic Design Guidelines policy on sustainability which will guide future decisions about this important topic.