|Posted by highlandparknewsns on March 31, 2021 at 9:05 AM||comments ()|
The RA is looking for volunteers to help us clean up common areas within Highland Park.
April 11th, 9 am
Northwood Cul-de-sac will be the meeting place.
Please let us know if you and your family can attend.
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on February 23, 2021 at 2:55 PM||comments ()|
Our Annual General Meeting will take place on February 24, 2021 at 7:00 pm. We are having our meeting virtually this year via zoom. Please contact us directly either here or on our Facebook page for the meeting ID and password.
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on February 19, 2021 at 2:45 AM||comments ()|
Good Evening. The Rate Payers Association will be holding our AGM this coming Wednesday Feb 24th at 7pm, via zoom. If you would like to attend, please send us the following information by Tuesday evening, so we can email you the link to the meeting.
Looking forward to having you join us.
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on November 9, 2020 at 9:50 AM||comments ()|
The RA would like to thank those that reached out to volunteer for the neighbourhood watch. Due to low numbers of volunteers, however, the program can not run.
We encourage our residents to report suspicious activity around your home or others. Also report concerns of consistent speeding with license plate numbers to the RCMP.
As a group, we can keep our neighbourhood safe!
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on October 30, 2020 at 7:40 AM||comments ()|
Please join us for the Virtual Remembrance Day Ceremony at the following link:
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on July 23, 2020 at 2:55 PM||comments ()|
The following streets are under assessment for traffic calming. They will be ranked by street characteristics and collision history. Once a decision is made we will post the updates.
Hummingbird Lane, Sylvania Terr, Carmel Cres, Timberlane Terr, Chalamont Dr, and Shelby Dr
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on May 23, 2020 at 9:05 PM||comments ()|
We were recently in discussion with Friends of the Blue Mountain - Birch Cove Lakes Society organizers regarding this wilderness area and its connection to Highland Park. They are interested in getting the word out to residents in our community, who would greatly benefit from a true wilderness area connecting our community to Kearney Lake:
DID YOU KNOW THIS WAS ON OUR DOORSTEP?
On the far side of Cox Lake, adjacent to the crown land (part of the Blue Mountain--Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area), is a privately held block now under an agreement of sale to the Nova Scotia Nature Trust. This 'connector block' will form a continuous, 11km stretch of preserved acreage all the way to Kearney Lake, contributing to the HRM-proposed Regional Wilderness Park. This legacy will add to the quality of life for all communities living around the 32km circumference of the total Wilderness Area. You can find out more here:
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on May 11, 2020 at 8:45 PM||comments ()|
In these difficult times, we realize many are struggling to remain optimistic and hopeful of better times ahead. We are hoping this album serves as a reminder we are not alone—we are all in this together.
We continue to invite Highland Park residents to submit any recent photos that portray feel-good messages of support or friendship, or neighbours being neighbourly in our area--whatever inspires positivity, or makes you smile. We will continue to update this post as we receive submissions.
Please note: Any submissions will be made public and we reserve the right to publish only photos we deem appropriate for the project. Thank you to anyone who participates!
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on April 25, 2020 at 4:50 PM||comments ()|
The Highland Park Ratepayers Association recently commissioned a local woodworker to build birdhouses to be put up in the Timberlane Terrace Park Trail near where the benches will be (eventually). We wanted to say thank you to Courtney and Brendan Robertson of Robertson Creations for building the houses and installing them on our behalf. They did beautiful work and gave a very fair price. Thank you. We also want to thank Jason Dain of Haliburton Hills for consulting with us on the best design to attract the birds native to our area. Thank you. And finally, thank you to all the residents who have been enjoying our new park trail respectfully, while maintaining social distancing rules and picking up after your pets. Thank you.
|Posted by highlandparknewsns on March 16, 2020 at 1:15 PM||comments ()|
We are cancelling the AGM for April 5 in light of recent developments with C-19. We will keep residents informed once we confirm a new date. Thank you for your understanding and patience.