Welcome to the new WHNA Website!

Welcome to our new website! Here we’ll post all the latest info about upcoming events and happenings in and around our neighborhood. We’ve tried to simplify so that information is accessible.

The big change is that you can join or renew membership online – just click on the orange “join” tab in the upper right of the screen.

A big welcome to fellow Southsider Erika Hollen of HollenZoo Designs who created and hosts the website. And thanks to Page Hayes of House of Hayes for designing our new logo.

Finally, a big thanks to nabe resident Lisa Cumbey of Propolis Designs for her help in designing the original website/logo and hosting the website these long years – we wouldn’t be where we are without her.

Victorian Christmas Open House @ Forest Hill Park

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The Friends of Forest Hill Park are very happy to announce our annual “Victorian era Christmas open house” on Saturday 6 December from noon-4pm.

House tours, holiday snacks, crafts for the kids and even a visit from Ol’ Saint Nick himself! (At 2pm).

Free and fun for all ages!

Enjoy some local neighborhood holiday fun!

Sponsored by: Friends of Forest Hill Park

Leaf collection set for Nov. 17-28

Get those rakes out! The city’s first vacuum leaf collection is scheduled for November 17 thru November 28 in Westover Hills. The city asks you to rake leaves to your property line by the start date, to keep piles no higher than two feet, and to not include any rocks, metal or branches. Of course, inclement weather sometime puts the city’s collection behind schedule, so click here to see any updates.

WHNA meeting tomorrow!

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Don’t forget the WHNA meeting tomorrow (Thursday, November 13) at 7 p.m. at TaZa. Everybody is welcome! (UPDATE: Agenda below.)

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Check out WHNA’s fresh new look!


Check out the jazzy new logo design for the Westover Hills Neighborhood Association! The new logo brings a fresh, up-to-date, and more colorful “look” for WHNA, while retaining the images we all love of the railroad bridge and the river. Page Hayes of House of Hayes did a great job creating our modern new design.

WHNA will be rolling out the new logo in all its forms over the next few months, and we’d love some feedback from neighbors about how to use the new logo. Maybe some Westover Hills “swag” like t-shirts or coffee mugs? Let’s hear all your ideas.

Here’s a look at the new logo in both color and black & white:

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